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Payton Johnson EH- 091 10/14/13 Final Draft Where I come from, everyone knows everything about everyone… And everyone, somehow is related. My small, dinky little town consists of 3500 people, give or take a few. My high school? Two hallways… and one is the middle school wing. Roughly 150 kids attend my old high school. 35 graduated in 2013. Sadly enough, this was one of the biggest classes to ever come through Richmond High. Think you’ve heard enough? Well I’m just getting started. When you drive down Main Street, you stop and talk to the person you are passing. You wave to every car, every pedestrian. You know everyone by first, middle, and last name. We have grown up together. People in the community have watched us grow up, helped us become who we are today. My best friend and I were born in the same hospital, a day apart. We have literally been together from the start. The class I graduated with, is my family. Out of the 35 kids, 23 of us have been together since we were 4, since preschool. I lot of people don’t understand the way we live. I’m about to tell you how we do it. Most people that live in the city don’t know how to live on a farm or how to take care of animals everyday. First step it to get up at 5:30 a.m., every morning. Second step is to through on your muck boots, your Carhartts, and your gloves. Third step is the worst: you have to check every animal. Have to make sure they’re okay. Then you gotta clean their area, especially the chicken coop… That’s the worst.
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