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The thoughts and feelings of someone moving from a home he or she has enjoyed living in. We have to be out in a week! I have been living here for almost fifteen joyful years

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20053897 Mujtaba Syed 12630/W1 GCSE English June 2006 30/01/06 Personal Writing - Fiction: Writing to Explore, Imagine, Entertain The thoughts and feelings of someone moving from a home he or she has enjoyed living in. We have to be out in a week! I have been living here for almost fifteen joyful years. I am only 14 years old but it was my home during my mother's pregnancy too! I have never spent more than two nights away from this three bedroom, suburban, semi-detached house, and even then I missed my dark, dusty and cramped bedroom along with my brother's rumbling all through the night. ...read more.

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I don't believe him. My dad always does stupid things like buying crates of eggs because there was a special offer or forgetting to pay a lot of bills causing the light, gas or electricity to go out. He is the one of the greatest fools I know. He always puts on an act to keep the family happy. He can not stand to see us upset even if it is because of his own stupidity. I love my dad but right now I wish I could teach him to live up to some of his responsibilities. I am wrong to blame him as we should all stick together as a family right now because we have to be out in a week! ...read more.

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When I look back I hope I can remember all of these things. I just remembered, we have to be out in a week! As I pack my things, everywhere I look I remember a story of a good time I've had in this home, every room, corner, wall, window, curtain, dent and crack are reminding me of all these different stories. I cannot leave behind all of my cheerful childhood memories. This was the place where I spoke my first words and took my first steps. My whole life I believed that it would be in this same place that I would speak my last word and take my last step, but now I have to bid farewell to this dream as we have to be out in a week! ...read more.

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