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I remember when I was young about seven or eight years old how I use to go outside in the summer and play with my stuffed animals and imaginary friends from early morning to the break of dusk I was quite a rambuncious kid with a huge imaginationMy next-door neighbor Alice would watch and observe as I played in my backyard then shed laugh and go back to tending her lovely vegetable garden Alice and my mom both had vegetable gardens and would exchange different kinds of veggies through out the season Sometimes they laid out together trying to get a decent tanAs the years slowly past I recall sitting on Alices big front porch with her just chatting away for hours on end about anything we wanted to really Shed tell me how she used to think I was such a funny kid when I used to play in the backyard and talk to myself with my toys and animals While I sat on the ledge of the porch and listened intrigued by her stories Alice would rock back and forth in her rocker happily smoking an occasional Marlboro menthol light cigarette Wed cut up and make jokes about the papergirl she despised because the papergirl always threw her paper in the bushes and wed gossip about some of the other neighbors on our block Then shed tell me stories about her kids when they were my age and what kind of mischief theyd get into as they grew upEveryday as soon as I saw her out on her porch Id fling open our front door and run over to her house However I never cut through her lawn No way I always took the long way by using the sidewalk Her and her husband Charles spent a lot of time doing yard work keeping their lawn looking nice and having a flowerbed by the side of the house so I never set foot
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