"Here’s what I learn in second grade in Douglas: I have a Minnesota accent when I say things like house and rag and I want to come with. Most kids don’t believe in Santa. Some schools have no walls. If your mom cuts your hair very short, because it tangles easily, and you have a narrow face and you don’t look good in long hair like your sister, your teacher will probably not know you are you. Instead, she will think you are a new boy in the class. Also, you can change the way you talk. It’s not that hard." Jeannine Ouellette, Tumbleweeds #nowhereannual2017 📷 by Matthew Wiebe
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  • nowheremagazine"Here’s what I learn in second grade in Douglas: I have a Minnesota accent when I say things like house and rag and I want to come with. Most kids don’t believe in Santa. Some schools have no walls. If your mom cuts your hair very short, because it tangles easily, and you have a narrow face and you don’t look good in long hair like your sister, your teacher will probably not know you are you. Instead, she will think you are a new boy in the class. Also, you can change the way you talk. It’s not that hard." Jeannine Ouellette, Tumbleweeds #nowhereannual2017 📷 by Matthew Wiebe

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