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UGS 303 Paul Woodruff The Armadillo Girl As I stood in front of the mirror, overwhelm with anxiety and panic, I debated what I should do. Overnight, due to some complete mystery, I have morphed into an armadillo. I don’t know how it happened or why it happened, but I can’t shake the thought that I desperately need to find a way to transform back before my parents find out. I try to reflect back in time to see if there was anything I did that would make this transformation justified. Was I cruel to my mom yesterday? Better yet, did I disrupt the life of one of the armadillos in town? Was I now serving as the voodoo doll for a community of angry armadillos? After contemplating the issue for about an hour, to no avail, I decided that I needed to contact my parents. I reached for my cell phone on the side table and it slipped out of my hands onto the floor. I looked down at my hands and discovered a pair of paws with short, sharp claws. I did not recognize the body I now inhabited, but I still felt as though everything that truly
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course UGS 303 taught by Professor Foster during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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