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English 1210 630 TTH 16 January 2004 Maurice There was always one major thought the goal a simple dream that made twinges of excitement flow through my body The waiting was incredible and it always seemed forever and a day before it would come true This is a typical pre-teen adolescent dream yet it was as important to me as the sun rising Nothing would ever top this once I had it no one could take it away Getting my drivers license was only half the battle the dream was to have my very own car I wanted it and I dreamed about it everyday In my early years of high school my older friends would drive me to and from school just the normal everyday activities Usually we would go grab a bite to eat drop off some of the other passengers--mine was the third stop Since I was too young to participate in all the activities on their agendas I was unable to tag along I had rules and an over-protective mom who was strict on what time I was to return home and made sure I completed my homework before allowing me to go out with my friends As the time passed and I was a bit older all my close friends started to get their drivers licenses and living the freedoms that I still yearned They were able to come and go as they pleased without the hassles of bumming a ride With their own transportation many were able to have more choice jobs My time for this accomplishment was nearing That coming summer I was able to take my drivers training courses I was thrilled to no end knowing how close I was to achieving the same sovereignty as my peers I had two courses to complete that I was raring to get done With the pressures of high school and all the responsibilities that come along it was not
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