I was born in 1986 in Joplin, MO around 7:15 at night. Since then I have moved across a few states. About 3 months after I was born my family (mom, dad, brother & sister) moved to Oklahoma. While in Oklahoma I managed to learn some very valuable life lessons.. First, when you burn leaves with a magnifying glass, do not burn them in the middle of the summer when it has not rained in a week, do not burn them near a playground surrounded by houses and especially throw away the shoes that have your laces burned to the soles since they can be used to tie you to the crime. And secondly.. now this one is very important, that big porcelain thing in the bathroom that you sit on is for pooping, you are not to poop outside in other peoples yards. Use your imagination.. (ew, made you think about poop)
As the years passed, we eventually moved yet again. This time to Houston, TX. Texas was the most fun place to live in the 90's (in my opinion). Not only was it sunny every day but our neighborhood had a pool, a bayou and a really awesome neighborhood Halloween. However, if I still resided in Texas throughout my life, I most likely would be dead by now... here's why... I was roughly 10 years old when I ventured to the bayou (a creek where hillbillies throw their couches) to look for frogs, lizards and anything else that crawled. As I made my way down to the creek I saw a snake moving through the brush and of course I wanted to try and catch it. But as I got closer it reared up hissed, struck towards me and bolted into the water. I later found out that it was a Water Moccasin which like to attack when aggravated and have a rather venomous bite. The second thing that almost killed me was an inanimate object that you all see every day.. can you guess what it is?... a tree. Yes, a tree. I had a fascination with climbing and turns out sometimes the inner branches of a tree die, become brittle and don't support any weight. So as I made my way to the top of the tree one of these branches snapped and I fell to the ground hitting damn near every branch on the way down. But don't fret, we moved shortly after that to Illinois to where I have lived for almost the past 15 or whatever years. Nothing interesting happens here sooo I won't bore you with it.
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