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The first day of the rest of your life is what my mother called high school graduation I remember it as if it was yesterday even though it was just yesterday and a year I will never forget how scared I was waking up that morning thinking What in the hell do I do now I know I always told my mother I was tired of being a kid but now Im no longer a kid I laid in a subconscious sleep when my mother creped in my room freeing the sweet syrup scented pancake batter fluffy egg and crisp bacon to follow This was always her way of awaking me on early mornings I rolled over knowing exactly what she was doing And sure enough she placed a gorgeous plate of three golden brown fluffy pancakes topped with a gooey water fall of syrup accompanied by light puffy egg and crispy fattening bacon Obviously this would be one of the things I would miss from childhoodGood morning and thank you mom I managed to utter verbally as my mother walked out the door greeting me as well After a few moments I finally got out of bed feeling sluggish and another unknown emotion Though like usual I ignored my emotions and devoured my breakfast as if I hadnt eaten in days Once finished I proceed to take my dish to the kitchen becoming intoxicated as I inhaled the aroma from my mothers cooking Shortly after entering the kitchen my mother spotted me with a look of heart to heart talk My mother and I have a very odd relationship were we understand each other by just making eye contact Not even we understand it but that is just our way of communicating at times Before she could speak I will be alright mom Im not that cry baby kid anymore With that said her eyes lighten up as if to say shes proud
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