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One day my mom and me were driving in our White Suburban down theI-60 We were headed to one of the largest airports in the US SkyHarbor to pick up my Grandma I did not know why they were coming Iwas going to learn that later that night At dinner my brother and me were passing down plates to my family whowere sitting down in the dining room awaiting their food As I waspassing the plates down my eyes started to get bigger the sides of mymouth gradually widened I could not believe my eyes There was aContinental Airlines Boarding Pass lying on my plate I stated to readit Name Jerryck Ordyna Age 12 Destination Washington DC WhenI started to read the destination I showed my Im-about-to-die face AsI started to dream my mom said Jerryck get packing after all weleave tomorrowAs I was laying in bed that night I was so anxious that I couldntsleep I kept thinking Wow I cant believe I am going to DCtomorrowThe next day I rolled my gigantic blue suitcase out to the car My momtook like five hours to pack up all her make-up clothes shampoo andconditioner and her lotions My dad was the total opposite all hepacked was some Axe soap and two pair of jeans and 3 button-down shirtsIt seemed like we would never leaveFinally at about 900 am our flight was at 1045 am my grandmatook my mom and dad and me to the Sky Harbor Airport When we got to theairport we had a big problem My dad had forgot his computer I didntknow why it was such a big problem My dad said It is a big problembecause all of our guides and maps are on my computer We didnt wantto go all the way back home so my Grandma said How about you justlook on your iPhone That was a great idea My mom and dad finallydecided that we did not need
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