Childhood Memory

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There is one childhood memory that I can easily remember, even though it was ten years ago, I can remember it as if it were yesterday. Reminiscing back to the sad day racing my brother home from the bus stop where I had the accident of my life. Him being nearly a year older he beat me home but shut the door in my face as soon as I reach home where I was running full speed right into the door head first. That day change my life in all the wrong ways because I chip one of my tooth and lost a one as well. I was mad at my brother for weeks even though I know he didn't mean to hurt me or wanted to damage my teeth because I understand that accident do happen. I forgave him for that incident but indue time I realize the way my teeth was growing which wasn’t normal.
Meanwhile, as time past my teeth situation had gotten out of control where I desperately told my mother that I wanted to go to the dentist. She immediately told me she would book me an appointment. As time past I went for a check up where I heard the great news I would need to get braces in the future. Growing up my mom was single parent with four kids so paying for braces wasn't her first priorities. Therefore we
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I would ask my mom at least three times a day if we got approve or is the progress speeding up. I was so impatient because I was still dealing with being called names and not being comfortable about my smile. Then the day came where my life change when my 6th grade teacher came up to me while me and the rest of my classmates outside running around saying I had an earlier dismissal. Getting braces was all I thinking about while packing my bag and on the way to get in my mothers car. As I got in I saw her smiling and ready to tell me the truth that I finally was going to the orthodontist to get my braces. I was extremely happy that the day had finally came and was more than ready to take on the pain from the
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