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TITLE: The Summer Is The Saeason
By Ken Ebright
07/23/09
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The summer is the season to kick your feet up or let your hair down.

The summer is the season for spending time at grandmas. I remember the time I spent the summer at her house.

The summer is the season for fishing. I will never forget my weekly fishing trips with my grandmas neighbors.

The summer is the season for VBS. I will never forget when I rode the bus to church.

The summer is the season for summer school. I will never forget the fun classes I took.

The summer is the season for thunderstorms. I remember the storm that took down trees and almost hit my dad's car.

The summer is the season for vacations. Like the trip I took to the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park.

The summer is the season for swimming. I took swimming lessons from Miss Betty at her home.

Fishing, swimming, VBS and time at grandmas are just some of the things that were in my summer season.
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