Everything was different, the moving trucks just pulled into the driveway and my mom, Carol, and my dad, Luther, putting boxes of clothes, toys, furniture into the trucks. I on the other hand just sat on the carpet floor in my room, saying good bye to my childhood home, here in Richmond, Kentucky.
My little sister, Carrie down stairs, playing with our little teacup poodle, Jocie, and playing with her little rag doll, Ginger. When she walked out the door, I crept down stairs, and danced around and singing the song when I first moved here, but in stead of \"I love my new house\" I sang \"I love my old house\".
\"Alice are you ready to go we're all set and ready, we're just waiting for you?\" my mom called from outside
I walked out, with my Bear-Bear in my arms, and my favorite werewolf book, \"Blood and Chocolate\". I walked out to the backyard, and set down a necklace on my golden retriever's gravestone, and buried it into the ground and told her that I love her and will always miss her. Then I climbed into my mom's silver Pilot, buckled in my seatbelt, and whipped off a tear.
The car started to move and began to drive off the driveway. When we reached Louisville, we stopped by a McDonalds and bought one coke, two unsweaten iced teas, two bottle of water, and one root beer. For food, we bought one big mac, two double cheese burgers, three nine piece chicken nuggets, and 1 quarter pounder.
When we reached Cincinnati, Ohio, I knew that we were
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