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In Your Easter Bonnet

One of my most pleasant memories was pretty simple, but we were very poor. It was when my sister and I were walking home (about 2 miles) from attending church at Bethel Chapel on Easter Sunday. A teenage boy with a nice car offered to give us a ride. He was a neighbor, not a stranger, but he was in high school and I was an eighth grader and my sister was a 6th grader. I couldn't even think of his name although we knew him at the time. The thing that impressed me was the song on the radio of his car when we got in. It was "In Your Easter Bonnet" and it was in stereo or something that I had never heard before and I thought it was beautiful.

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