Brian Lucio Personal Narrative

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Lucio 1 Brian Lucio Block 3 4/28/16 Mrs. McCarter The Other Side It all began when he was 6 years old, my father, David Lucio, he was born in Tecate, Mexico where he lived with his parents and 15 brothers and sisters. In his childhood everything was not the way he wanted it to be. He was raised different from others. When he was about 6 years of age my grandpa, Pedro put my dad to work. You would think that my dad as a little kid would probably do little jobs, such as house chores other children would do. But no, it wasn’t that way for him, he had to carry out blocks, bags of concrete, and 30 pounds of bricks. My grandpa was really strict towards my dad, he made sure my dad learned everything a man had to know. If he didn’t learn or if he made a mistake my grandpa would punish him. The form that my grandpa would punish my dad made him feel hate towards his own father. My grandpa would hit and call him names as a punishment for my dad’s errors. Year after year my dad became more independent. My dad would say,“I’m going to work hard and go to the United States to have a better life.” For a while, he worked at a factory that they would make beer and his job was to carry boxes with beer to transport trucks. He could smell the beer coming out of the tanks, soury fresh. He could feel the salty sweat coming down
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