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to the other end. Also, we can program in if we want all the rows four (feet) ‘part then the GPS will automatically plug that into the computer and make all the rows exactly four feet apart. That way it fits our sprayer when we come back. That way some of them (won’t be) six feet apart and some of them four feet apart. It make(s) our sprayers work better. the Aztec culture that speak different languages. The Mexicans can’t understand (people) with Indian background(s). We had some Tarascan(s) one time that they couldn’t understand. They could speak Spanish also, but if they didn’t want the other guys to know what they were talking about, they would speak in their native tongue. My son’s (Spanish) is great, but mine is just (enough so that) I can communicate with ‘em a little bit, but it’s hard. Some of the Mexicans tell me a lot of stories. They’re real(ly) superstitious. Lightning struck one time (at) one of our migrant houses one night and the guys claim that one of my neighbors gave ‘em a black chick- en and that’s why the lightning struck. We have three (migrant houses) in Scaly and one Dillard. We’ve had people that have been from 59 About the Author: Naomi Hopkins ​ i, my name is Naomi Hop- H kins and I am twelve years old. I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up, but I want to live life to the fullest. We only get one life and you can’t waste it sitting at a desk doing nothing. You have to take every chance you get to thrive. I want to see every- thing that the world has to offer. I want to be someone who marches in the street, standing up for what they believe in, not someone who does nothing but talk about change. We live in a world where it’s hard to find the good, but I want to change that. I want to be one of those old people who sits in a rocking chair by the fire and tells her grandkids about all the things she’s done. I get one life and trust me, it won’t be boring.