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The Battle of Lexington Reenactment
By Phyllis Naegeli
  

1     It was dark outside as I opened my eyes to the sound of the alarm clock. I stretched and tried to remember why I was awake before the crack of dawn. Then it came to me. Today is April 19, and we are going to the reenactment of the Battle of Lexington. Slowly, I got out of bed and headed to my bureau to pull out my clothes for the day. I could hear the rest of the family beginning to stir in the house, and my excitement started to grow. I quickly dressed and headed downstairs for breakfast.
 
2     Mom was in the kitchen with breakfast all prepared. "Good morning, David. Good morning, Thomas." Mom greeted us as we sat down to our breakfast of muffins, fruit, and milk.
 
3     My brother, Thomas, was the first to speak. "Why are we up so early?" he asked with a yawn.

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