During the peak of my awkward adolescence my parents decided to uproot our family from south florida to the small town of Hastings, Florida. As my father made the drive I looked out the window in awe and confusion. I had never seen so many trees in my life. I told my father he must be lost, and he explained that he was not lost and that we would soon be at out new home. The little double wide trailer sat on a piece of land out on a dirt road in the middle of no where. Instead of hanging out at the mall or the movies I would spend my time playing football or baseball with nearby kids. No internet, no cell phone, and no cable television. This was tragic at the time, it took me quite a while to realize that it was a blessing in disguise.
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