Narrative Essay On Underestimate

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Next time I won't underestimate my mom’s capability of actually being nice let along saying yes or even giving my friends a try before she judge them cause my mom can be rude, ghetto , loud ,and nice at times especially to new people she don't like me bringing friend over at all cause of the first family I introduced her two they stole out of our house that's why no can come over for me.

Until now it was in the afternoon around fourish and it was snowing and it was all white outside so cold your breath turns into smoke that your body freezes up and u start to shiver from just the wind anyway the school was closing and the Dso put us out of the building then I got the field behind my house then I saw Miranda on the phone with her dad he told her to go over a friends house and he will pick her up
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Next time I won't underestimate my mom’s capability of actually being nice let or saying yes or even giving my friend’s a try before she judge them cause my mom can be rude, ghetto , loud ,and nice at times ,especially to new people she doesn't like me bringing friend’s over in all causes of the first family I introduced her until they stole out of our house that's why no can come over for me consequently that's why no one else can come over.

Until now it was in the afternoon around four and It was snowing and it was all white outside so cold your breath turns into smoke that your body freezes up and you start to shiver from just the wind anyway the school just become closed and the Dso put us out of the building, then I got the field behind my house then I saw Miranda on the phone with her dad he told her to go over a friends house and he will pick her up from

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