I was in the sixth grade when I woke up to the front yard leaping. My father, having built a small water feature in our front yard, wasn’t satisfied. He wanted something more. Something bigger. Something deeper. So his team of workers, young immigrants whose hourly wages dug dreams of their own back in Guatemala, bent their backs toward their boss’ vision…
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