I have been living and I have been working in London for twenty years. Nevertheless, I was born and I passed my youth in a village ofHampshire where my family had been having a farm for the middle of the nineteenth century. It had been a long time since I wondered what he looked like now, ifhe had changed a lot of since I had seen again him fifteen years ago for last time, before that my parents have sold the farm.
Last Sunday, I took mycar for to return in this village of Hampshire. When I reached the suburb of Southampton, I had been getting lost. I had been driving for about twentyminutes without knowing really where I had been going when I asked an old sir who passed by here, if he had been could to show me the way to xxxxxxxxx, heanswered me that he had been remembered that there was a village of this name and he had been known my family, but the things had changed a lot of. Infact, there remained almost nothing of what I had experienced up my childhood. The farm had been pulled down. I only found the little church near what wasthe village square. I understood that I never had to go back and I have been driven back at home. Since, I thank back often at this farm that I neverdidn’t saw back.
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