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My home is me and I am my home I am a mirror of where I came from and my foundations As my home carried me every day and night I have carried it inside me for my entire lifeTwo years ago my family and I moved to The United States and we decided to leave our home which was in Egypt Moving has been an extended process with The Good The Bad and The Ugly We left with bitterness inside as home was like a piece of us It was a small-scaled modest apartment in a magnificent neighborhood Although it was a small apartment it was my huge castle that had been protecting me for more than seventeen years Everything happened in my castle is the reason I am who I am today and as my home built me more a long time its about time for me to build my new homeMy neighborhood was not just a place where some people were living beside each other it was more like a beehive full of tasteful moments and sweet feelings Small safe and friendly- that was the atmosphere of my neighborhood The neighborhood was divided into four blocks every block had four buildings and in every building there were five stories with four apartments each Having the neighborhood divided into blocks made it very safe for me and my friends to play in the street Summer time was the best for us We were playing day and night- basketball soccer and cycling Fun-filled noise was easy to be heard miles away Of course with all of that fun nothing was more perfect than a snack to renew our energy Every mother in our neighborhood would prepare a small snack for all of us so we could go on with playing I can still taste the scrumptious cookies in my mouth till this momentBlock number one building four apartment two was the location of
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