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Are the words on these pages too ambitious? Are you overwhelmed with what you’ve read so far? Are you concerned that you might be reading too many big words for your brain? If so, here’s a refresher paragraph. Rest easy and move on when ready.

Today a big fat raccoon walked beside me. It was so chill and easy it was so calm and relaxing and quiet with this big fat raccoon walking beside me. The fall air was so crisp and nice outside there were red leaves there were orange leaves there were yellow leaves there were so many nice leaves to look at. After I looked at all these leaves the raccoon and I ate some chili on a dry, brown hill. The sky was blue with a few clouds but not too many clouds only a few clouds and we ate the chili in silence. Yes, I offered the raccoon some chili from my spoon and they did in fact eat such chili. There were many types of beans in this chili including pinto beans, black beans, kidney beans, and many other types of beans that I do not in fact know the names of. While we ate our chili in silence we also watched the beautiful birds that were around our dry, brown hill. They flew in wonderful shapes and it took me a long time to stop watching these wonderful birds as I had become mesmerized by their long, beautiful wings and their short, angry beaks. While I was looking at such birds my devious raccoon friend had eaten the rest of the chili that contained pinto beans, black beans, kidney beans, and many other types of beans that I do not in fact know the names of but were delicious nonetheless. After severely scolding my dear raccoon friend we parted ways and I have not heard from them since. I hope that they, too, are enjoying those pinto beans, black beans, kidney beans, and many other types of beans in the chili we ate on that dry brown hill while the fall air was so crisp and nice with that blue sky and a few clouds. I hope that they had a good day like I did.