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Funny thing about being an avid reader is that I should be an equally good writer but unfortunately Im not and not for lack of trying I have spent the majority of my life reading everything in sight absorbing countless amounts of information writing stories and poems that dont make sense and ignoring my familyI am the second of my mothers 4 children I am the oldest girl the oddball the veteran and the reader Growing up I was convinced that I was the least favorite child because I would rather sit in my room with a book instead of watching Jerry Springer with the family There were never any objections Im not saying that there is anything wrong with Jerry Springer but taking a trip to The Reptile Room with Lemony Snicket was wonderfulI have an older brother and younger twin sisters who were all much cooler then I was I have fond memories of my teenage brother knocking the stack of books from my hands while my sister and evil stepfather laughed I love my familyBy the time I was 7 years old I was walking to the library alone That is after I stayed in the school library until they kicked me out The journey was no walk in the park well through a park but that doesnt matter It would take about twenty minutes to get there and thirty minutes for them to get me to leave Needless to say everyone knew me by name and my mothers number by heart I learned to read pretty early I would like to say that I was 3 but I have a bad memory One day on a family outing to the corner store I found a read and speak book It was filthy pages were missing and Im pretty sure there was snot on it but I didnt care It was in love What is this wonderful thing with pictures and words
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