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The two neighborhoods that I grew up in are Rogers Court and Hamar Drive I lived on Rogers Court from the time I was born until I was 11 years old My family and I then moved to Hamar Drive The two neighborhoods were both in Pleasant Hill but they were very different in many ways Rogers Court was extremely friendly it had small houses and was a very close-knit neighborhood not to mention my best friend lived across the street Hamar Drive had snotty people big houses and no one knew anybody Rogers Court Just hearing the name makes me smile The neighborhood was just like a family since everyone knew each other and the parents looked out for each others children The street had a cozy look to it The front yards looked like a huge kids playroom The houses on Rogers Court all looked the same because they all had the same floor plan and built by the same people All the houses were one story with huge backyards Each house was a different color like red brown and one was as blue as the sky Every front yard had a different tree from the next one they all had different bushes and mail boxes My yard had a tree that dropped little round balls that had little things poking out of them we called these things monkey balls You couldnt run across the yard bare foot because you would step on them and they hurt When driving down Rogers Court children everywhere The boys were usually on their bikes chasing the girls and the girls were playing with dolls or just talking When all the kids got together we would usually play freeze tag or play in someones back yard At night we would play laser tag It was a lot of fun because it was dark and we would run around and shoot each other The boys always
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