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I am happy that I spent so much time outside. I rode my bike at least 7 miles a day, furiously pumping my legs at a single speed pursuing a new adventure every time I set out. We tried to get lost in the tiny streets of our town, spying on houses and guessing at the occupants that resided there. We made up stories, all the while we ate up the pavement with out a care in the world. I am happy we had the freedom to glide with no hands or feet so recklessly.
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Pack my life’s belongings into my car and drive across the nation (in a zig zag) to move to the other side of the country.
kept learning the piano….. moving from classical into improvisation and jazz…
I’m happy I used to stay outside till dark. The yard around my house was my world and I was never bored. I climbed the rhodededron trees, turned over the field stone looking for millipedes and woodlouse and spiders. When it rained I would sit at the curb and watch leaves float down the gutter to the sewer.
Moved from country to country.
Ran around naked every chance I got
I’m happy I worked my butt off babysitting and doing odd jobs, and bought a horse at age 13. The happiest moments of my life were spent on her back. She taught me so many things.
Traveling across country in my suburban by myself for 4 months camping and meeting people from all over.
Played outside with my sister- riding our bikes and tumbling down hills in the park. Traveling with my grandmother and cousins to Pennsylvania Dutch country and Canada.
became my own person, thought for myself,
I am happy to learn how to dog train when I was little, playing music, being on the swim team. There were ups and downs with those but if it wasn’t for those, I think I would never know what I really like to do for fun or what I want.
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