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A postcard-sized image of Mario switches

When I was a kid, Mario’s paper switches were one of the things I loved to draw.

The paper was paper, it was sturdy, and it looked like a picture of Mario, which I could tell because I always drew him on paper.

My dad would tell me how awesome it was that I loved my paper, and how my dad would always come home with a pile of the stuff.

He was always the one who kept me from throwing away my old paper, which was so frustrating.

I used to think, “Well, I guess I will just put them in my drawer or my desk or somewhere else.”

But it never seemed to happen.

I just kept drawing them.

My father would keep a pile on his coffee table with the paper, or his coffee maker, or whatever he was doing.

It just always seemed like I could never get rid of it.

When I turned 12, my dad passed away, and I had to move back in with my grandparents.

They moved to a new house, and my parents were not really open to moving.

So I was living in a tent and doing whatever I wanted.

One day, while my grandparents were out for dinner, I came home and got the picture.

It was my dad, holding the switch.

My grandma looked at it and said, “That was so cool!”

My dad told me to draw it, and when I finished, he handed me a paper.

And I drew it, on my own.

So that’s when I started getting into it with paper.

When my grandma passed away a few years ago, I started to think about doing something like this again.

But now, I don’t know if I’m going to do it, so I’ll keep going.