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My Brain

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Breanna F

on 24 September 2012

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Transcript of My Brain

Grade 9 Camp-I remember walking onto the grass and seeing/hearing all of the wasps surrounding me. An image of the statue of liberty when I went to New York in 2011. The feeling of the wooden piano
keys against my fingers. The taste of blood when
I lost my first tooth. Going on the plane to Honolulu for the first time, and smelling the sweaty air when I was 7 years old. The butterflies in my stomach as I walked into St.Rose. Meeting my best friend
in grade 1. My legs trembling as I walked to the piano during my first recital, when I was 5 years old. The cold solution and needle pricks
going into my arm during my
allergy test last summer. The bland taste of airplane food. The happy chime of an ice cream
truck driving past my house. The feeling of the warm beach
sand against my hands. The pain of my cut as I walked into the stone cold ocean. My Brain The familiar ring of my doorbell. The screech of nails against a chalkboard. The overwhelming smell of acetone in
nail polish. Early Life Summer Memories School Memories The feeling of the
ridges on my lock. Everyday Life By Breanna The burning sensation of shampoo
getting in my eye
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