Where I’m From

I am from the new neighborhood,
From running to the trampoline and doing flips.
I am from the park, where we would play all day.
From buttery, chocolate cookies baking in the oven,
"Wait for them to cool, or you'll burn your tongue."
I'm from jeans and t-shirts,
And wearing similar clothes as my friends' so we'd match.
I am from watching movies every Friday night,
And ordering pizzas so we wouldn't miss the best parts.

I'm from reading my storybook every night,
And correcting my dad when he got a word wrong.
From listening to Radio Disney daily, but never winning any contests.
I am from watching my favorite cartoons on TV,
And knowing that there, the good guy always wins.
I'm from going on yearly Disney trips,
And never getting tired of any of the rides.
I am from a loving mom and dad- a photographer and a teacher.

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