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[Teens' Photo Project] Marble Days

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Hello!
My name is Marble.
I am 7 months old (about the age of an elementary school kid).
I am a silver toy poodle, and my family is all silver.
Today, I will introduce a typical day in my life!
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When I wake up, my owner gives me breakfast.
I am always hungry, so I jump around to get food.
However, my owner wants me to be patient, so I will sit and wait patiently.
My owner will be happy to see me being patient and give me food.
Very delicious!!

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After I finish my breakfast, I go to a place where my friends are.
It is called a "dog run".
There is a place for small dogs and a place for big dogs.
I am very scared to play with big dogs, so I play with small dogs.
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After I play with my friends, I go clothes shopping!
Most of the clothes are for girls, but some of them are for boys.
(I heard my owner wants me to dress up in girl's clothes. NEVER!!)
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My owner bought me this.
Hmm...
I want cool clothes!
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I am taking a bath.
I don't like water, but my owner says that I have to be clean to be a handsome dog.
Yet, once I am taking a bath, it feels like sleeping.
However, I hate drying my hair.
The hair dryer is too loud, and sometimes my owner puts the hair dryer too close.
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I love to eat delicious food and play with my friends.
However, I especially love to be with my owner.
My job is to make my owner smile when she is tired!
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Child Research Net would like to thank the Doshisha International Junior/Senior High School, Haruka Fukunaga, student and author, for permitting reproduction of this article on the CRN web site.

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