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Submitted: April 29, 2016

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32- When you are older and have a place to your own what will you do that you can’t do now?
Yaaaawwwwn!!!!! I wake up to my alarm, and get dressed. I go and check the mail. Bills, more bills, flyers, even more bills, another flyer… And a small package, accidentally delivered to the wrong address. I go home, and I throw out the flyers, and put the bills on the table. It is Saturday, so I go downstairs and play on my pinball machine, next to other arcade machines that I bought from the shut-down arcade down the street. After that, I decide to continue booking my trip to Thailand, with a cruise to Koh Kood, and after that, going SCUBA diving. Then, I watch some TV for a bit until I get bored. Then I play on my PlayStation 6 for a bit, and play some racing games, and then play Grand Theft Auto 8. I get interrupted by a phone call, so I pick up my iPhone 12s, and it is my fiancé. She wants to get the iPad 9 super mini, but I tell her not to, so she suggests the iPod 7 extra big. I tell her just get the normal iPad 9.  Then my boss calls, and says there is a staff party tomorrow. Then, I watch a movie, then go to sleep.
122- Write about a time when you did something that you didn’t think you could do. What was it? How did you feel?
When I was little, we decided to go to Thailand. At Koh Kood, one of the islands, my dad decided to go SCUBA diving, and we went snorkeling. I saw all of the fish, and the creepy ocean life, and my dad told me that you can’t touch anything when you go SCUBA diving, so I promised I would never go in my whole life. A couple of years later, my dad told me I was going to get SCUBA diving lessons, and I was really excited, but I was scared about it. When I practiced in the pool for the first time, my ears popped, and I didn’t get used to it. I had to equalize, but I couldn’t. The first time I got to practice in the ocean, I couldn’t equalize again, so I had to try again in a different time. The second time, I had no problems, and every time after that I had no problems. Later, I went to Koh Kood, and went SUBA diving with the same company that I promised I would never go SCUBA diving in my life.


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