Animal Dreams Paper
All throughout Codi's life she has never fit in. Most of this is due to being raised by the very peculiar man, Doc Homer, who is her dad. Codi had to wear very strange things, like special orthopedic shoes, as well as do other things that resulted in her getting picked on. But now that Codi has grown up and moved back to her hometown she is treated very nicely by all the ex-cheerleaders and ex-football players. This is because Codi got out in the world and found her own personality. Loyd, one of these people said to her, But still, I could have been a lot nicer. We went out those couple of…
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