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This week’s question is:
What did you do during the summers as a kid?
So, my answer is going to be pretty boring. When school got out for summer I didn’t get to do much as a kid. Sometimes we would go camping with my Aunt and Uncle up in the Redwoods in California. Those were AMAZING times.
We often didn’t have a lot of money come summer time, though, so I did what I do best — I read lots and lots of books. I figured if I couldn’t physically go to all sorts of adventurous places I would go to amazing places via my stories. Back in the 80s and 90s, Pizza Hut used to do a reading program called Book It! Depending on how many books your read and logged, you could earn all kinds of pizza prizes. I LOVED IT! I would always read the highest number of books so I could get a free personal-sized pizza just for myself. You see, I have three brothers so getting a free pizza all to myself was quite the reward.
What about you? How do you spend your summers as a kid?
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