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Megan Walker CCW Ms. Hunter 9/12/16 Basic Growing up as a child, I always thought my name was different. When I started school, I realized it was a very very common name. Whenever I hear my name, I’m usually hesitant to respond. It’s like being called on when you don’t know the answer. Or you know the feeling when you have a raffle ticket, and the numbers are the same as yours except the last one? That’s how I feel when I hear my name in public. I mostly hear it during school. I’ve never gone to school without having someone having the same name as me. I usually don’t see the good in having my name but I know there are very positive or interesting things about my name. For example it’s made up of five letters so it’s very short to spell, name has two syllables, and two female celebrities have the name as well. Megan is my name! I don’t think anyone could have
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