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an essay about the worst day of your lifefor tomorrow said the English teacher Sounds simple I thought everybody has been through bad days So I realized the challenging part of writing that essay would be searching in the palace of my memory Then I would choose the worst of those black cold wrong and endless days The math the chemistry and the literature teacher were not aware of my English writing project which was due the next day Since that was the case they neither worried nor doubt about filling giant blank spaces on their messy boards with assignments that supposedly were the simplest that could exist And they were due next day After school I began thinking about my essay for the English class No good ideas came to my mind Of course that I have been through bad days but at that time my mind was busy somewhere else it was in my uncles house I almost forgot My family and I were visiting uncle Lazaro that afternoon Anyway I kept on searching for that lost rainy day the hunt continued in the palace of my memory And meanwhile as the distance between the school and Lazaros home was getting shorter the shadows of people in the streets was growing longer I was not deeply worried about the assignments but I noticed I was unconsciously beginning to hurry Doing homework in the car while my brother sang Merry Christmas was not a very pleasant experience He sang it once he sang it twice and then he yelled merry Christmas and a happy new year out of the window over and over again What a bad song for this day I thought we are in the ides of March not in December But my brother did not seemed to care much about it neither did my youngest brother who joined joyfully to the fantastic celebration
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