Personal Narrative: Longing For Ausin

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Four blurry years flew by and the frosty month of November approached, again. Longing for Ausin, I messaged her and explained how I missed her and hoped that we could talk soon. The day went by, and Sunday morning rapidly approached. Upon leaving our church, parents were adamant that we go out for breakfast, which I found abnormal because my family normally picks up fast food. Reluctantly, my brothers and I agreed. My dad convinced us that he wanted Uncle Julio’s Mexican food, therefore we decided to eat there due to the fact that hostess said we could get a table immediately. After parking the car in the deserted parking lot, I walked in the restaurant first and began conversing with the hostess about finding a table. I found it strange when
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