Memoir - Grandpa

Memoir - Grandpa - And I Didn't Know Memoir Jason Christian...

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And I Didn’t Know Memoir Jason Christian I walked through the door holding my breath. The smell of old permeated the room. You know that smell. My parents guaranteed me that it was okay. I’d been here before, they reminded me. That was true, but each time, the smell hit me like a wave. Hesitation swelled up inside me. At the age of five, I was always indecisive about fairly new places. I gathered up my courage and trailed my parents into the kitchen. All of my fear was relieved when I saw him sitting at the dining room table. I remembered my grandpa from the many times he had been at our house. He was tall, had no hair, and was always “it” when we played tag. He turned from his chair and gave us all a hug. My parents left, and the big, bald man had complete control over my brothers and I for the rest of the weekend. Grandma would be home soon, but for the time being, grandpa was boss.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Chamberlain during the Spring '08 term at Kansas.

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