MEDINA TOWNSHIP Fourth Grade Flag Essay Contest 2014.
Summary. Mandisa takes us to where she was the morning of the murder. She paints a picture of her typical workday cooking and cleaning in the home of a white family, the Nelsons. She works hard, arriving early and leaving late, following Mrs. Nelson's orders while completing her typical daily tasks. On Wednesdays, Mrs. Nelson has her day off, and Mandisa is able to do her daily tasks in peace.
My home is located in township we live very happy here my home is in flat I love flat because I love height and it gives whole eagle view of my city. So I can see the whole city and so see the beautiful sun set while having cup of tea. Also there is river narmada passing nearby my home so I can see its view and so fee its cod breeze every day which gives me awesome feeing. There is big garden.
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