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Three words rung out loud and clear Three little words poured out from a voice familiar to me since birth Three words that would change my life in a drastic measure We are moving To say I was shocked would be a lie Id known this was coming thered been hints and clues conversations that would leave me wondering but talk is talk mindless babble dreams this was not reality Yet everyday it became more real to me Summer was bittersweet long hot days seemed to fly by leaving me grasping for more Another dip in the cool lake on a hot night another taste of that sweet creamy custard not ice cream Maybe another day making memories under the warm Wisconsin sun and I would be happy Doing nothing was exactly what I wanted to do who I was doing nothing with was the point Wisconsin had been my home for 16 years though at times I considered it the most awful and uninteresting place to live it was my home The trees were always beautiful in summer they provided a cool breeze when autumn came around their leaves would change into fascinating shades of crimson and sunshine Every winter I would marvel at the evergreens laden with snow big and strong as if they were protecting me In spring I watched them as they came back to life fresh buds appearing on every branch birds struggling to find a place to build their nest If I listen closely I can still hear the familiar sounds crickets chirping the sound of trees swaying in the wind the squawk of the robins flying to and fro Living in the northwoods for 11 years had taught me to appreciate what nature had to offer and since it was all I knew i loved it This side of Wisconsin however was not all I would get to see for at 11 years of age we moved
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