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  • This was the first time I told my parents what to do.

    This was taken on Lynn Street in King City, California.

    This is the first photo I ever took.

    This is the first photo I ever developed.

    This photo was taken with my brownie camera.

    I took this photo for a 4H class I was enrolled in.

    I don't know where my brother was when I took this photo.

    My mother is wearing a necklace that reads; "War is not healthy for children or other living things", the necklace was made by Another Mother for Peace in 1968, in Beverly Hills, California.

    What was in the wrapped box my mother is holding?

    I think they were going to a wedding.

    My dad only wore a tie when he went to court or a wedding. Mostly court. He was a cop.

    My dad has a cigarette in his right hand.

    My mother was much taller than my dad.

    My mother and father are no longer living.

    My brother and I are alive.

    I never stopped taking photos.

    I wonder what the last photo I take will look like.
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