We were all middle class or poor. Everybody really lived pretty frugal lives though so it wasn't well into middle school when I realized life wasn't all Mayberry. We rode a bus 25 miles to the nearest bigger town for middle school. That's when I realized my shoes were knock off Jordan's only because there was one kid who had the real ones. I do feel like there were times I got a taste of "no divisions and classes among them" and it was a pretty sweet way to live. I don't see that as much of a possibility anymore in Utah. Most small town kids have Instagram now. It's unfortunate.
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Originally posted on Jan 13, 2022 at 10:02:16am
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