Let's Go Out and Play by Aya Okawa

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When I was small, summer days were hot and humid and long. I’d roam around with other kids, meandering through the grass and streets and sidewalks and bushes and trees around the neighborhood, seeing what we could find to play with.
We caught bugs and observed them with rapt attention.
We cut ourselves on grasses and rocks, played in the gutters during rainstorms, and built intricate networks of dirt walls and leaf piles.
It was a free-form time to explore and entertain ourselves with whatever we found around us.

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