sheery
Could you please tell me some something about "where i lived ,and what i lived for"?
Jun 6, 2010 2:26 AM
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”Where I lived" is the place you resided. Toronto is where I lived [when I was a child] but now I live in London. Where I lived was a small town and everybody knew each other. "What I lived for" is what made you happy, what you did or thought about all the time. I live for playing the piano. I practise every day. Good parents live for their children. I hope that's not too bad of an explanation!
June 6, 2010
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