August 22, 2016
Dear Ms. Dougherty,
When I was three years old. My grandma took me to her house and made me learn how to write everyone’s name. Including my name that was the easiest out of the 30 names I had to learn how to write. While my grandma was teaching my how to write. I learned that I was writing in
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