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The Key Chain In My Hand.

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It has been a year since I saw my relatives. After all, all of myrelatives lived in Korea when I was in Canada. I was alone in myhouse when the image of my cousins and uncles came up on mymind. I started to miss them so much all of a sudden. Wondering howlong it have been since I saw them the last time - which was at theKimpo International Airport in Korea - I opened up my PersonalDigital Assistance and looked up the date I arrived in Canada. Irealized it's been almost 3 years. I closed my eyes and starteddreaming about the 'good old times'. Going to shopping mall, arcades withmy cousin my uncle giving her the new MD Player that I wanted somuch for Christmas going to my favourite singer's concert with mynephew getting lost in the Seoul subway with my grandmother. All ofthem came to my mind invivid pictures. I felt like I was right there with allof them. Then I heard that my relatives going to come to my house. Ialmost hit the ceiling. What a coincidence, just after thinking about it and itcame true!I was just so happy that I could just go out and run around screaming. Theweek after seemed like a year. I just couldn't wait to see them grown upand changed. I cleaned my room until it literally shined, organized all mybooks and other thins neatly and nicely.It was Friday, and my cousins were supposed to arrive that evening. Icancelled everything that I had on that evening and made my parents to goto the Air Station.Waiting about an hour, the ARRIVAL sign illuminated and people startedto pour out through the gate."Bora" someone in the crowd yelled."Oh my God!! am I not glad to see you guys all!" I ran up to them andthey all made a ground-hug. My three female cousins and the male cousinof the same age, were the first one to show up, followed by my uncle andaunt. They all jumped up of joy, and I was so happy that...

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