In the first grade I couldn't read. All my friends could read already. When we had tests my teacher would sit next to me and help me out, reading the test so I could answer the questions. I felt like the most stupid student in the class.
My parents helped me out too, especially my dad. He told me if I could read the newspaper he was going to buy me a bicycle. I could read in the second grade and he brought me a bike and just magically I was becoming the best student in the class until junior high. I'm not a wordy person and I'm kind of dyslexic. I ended up becoming a teacher in the university. I teach graphic design.
I have a stuffed animal and it's name is Morgan. It is a Chinese animal, a lion. And I have an imaginary cat. Her name is Bug. She is my friend and she likes to watch me while I'm working. She is hiding now.
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