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FC: Spencer period 4 | My Life
1: Made up story by: Spencer Marrow
2: The new inventions changed my life a lot when we got home from grocery shopping. My dad had bought us a new automobile by selling the horse .I was so excited no more brushing the horst or giving it a bath or cleaning up its mess. With that horse came a lot of responsibility and it was a heck of a lot of work. This has change my life a lot and I really thank who ever made this invention a lot for changing my life. Another invention that changed my life was the light bulb my daddy walked in the house with these little ball like round thins I was amazed cause when he put it in it lite up the hold room I was so amazed. That was the invention that changed my life.i | A New Invention that changed my life was the telephone I picked up the phone and I was amazed. At what it looked like it was so beautiful my dad walked in and said u like that . I said its beautiful he said its for u to talk to your friends. I was so excited but I did not have any one number as they called it so the next day .I was looking for friends who had the phone to ask there numbers. I was so happy that I had a phone now talked to some friends had great conversation even met new friends this was a great day for me.
5: I’M very sad because of what prohibition did to my daddy he smuggles alcohol in to speakeasies for cash. I think it is wrong and illegal and he can be put in jail for it. Some times he even get so drunk that he beats my mother cause of what the alcohol does to him. I cry every night because of what he does to my mother and what the alcohol does to my father. Now that alcohol is legal this makes me happy he do not bootleg no more or beat my mother I’M happy my dad stopped drinking alcohol and got a job thank u for the 21 amendment.
7: The Great Migration Was A Big Effect On My Family And My Self We Are African Americans So My Dad Was looking For A Job But We Were The Great Migration of African-Americans created the first large, urban black communities in the North. It is conservatively estimated that 400,000 left the South during the two-year period of 1916-1918 to take advantage of a labor shortage created in the wake of the First World War.
20: A family is pieced together with hope and faith. A family is quilted and bound with love and grace.