Memoir sample from Blackburn

Memoir sample from Blackburn - Sarah Blackburn JOU 4368 Feb...

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Sarah Blackburn JOU 4368 Feb. 3, 2010 Word Count: 498 (Used by Permission) Something Worth Skipping My Math Lesson For Mrs. Matkin, my first-grade teacher, was one of those sweet old ladies who wore vests with the ABCs on them and probably had a cat calendar in her kitchen, living room and bathroom – someone you’d see on the street and think to yourself, I bet she teaches first grade. She was standing at the board teaching us something, probably with a song to the tune of “Row-Row-Row Your Boat,” when there was a loud knock on the thick wood door. Outside visitors were always an exciting treat. “Can I speak to Sarah outside?” Sarah… THAT’S ME! I get to leave class! I don’t care for what reason, I’m done with class. And it’s not even lunchtime yet. WOO-OOO-OOO-HOO! I walked from the back of the room to the door with a swish, the lucky jackpot winner, the envy of the whole first grade class. Goodbye friends. Have fun with your lessons. I’ll be leaving now with my outside visitor in my pink glitter sandals.
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2010 for the course JOU 4368 taught by Professor Burleson during the Spring '10 term at Baylor.

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