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I dedicate this book to my Mom, who with my dad had the near impossible job of raising four boys and successfully kept them out of too much trouble. Thank you for your strength, guidance, and determination in always striving to make my bothers and me honest, strong, and independent. Through this, you have helped give me the relentless haunting ambition to always strive forward and accomplish goals I sometimes think not possible. Thank you, Mom. Love, your son, Peanut
Lastly, I would like to say to everyone out there wanting to accomplish a goal thought not possible: Never give up and always try and "be more than you were born to be."
I dedicate this book to my familyMom, Dad, Anna, and Isabel.
Thank you, Mom and Dad, for looking after and inspiring me throughout these years . Through your example, you have instilled in me the values that will last a lifetimededication, perseverance , and timeless love.
And to Anna and Isabel, my sisters, thank you for always being there for me through thick and thin and throughout my travels , with open hearts and minds .I owe my stamina and determination to you both.
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