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“My parents had a house on the same block, and I was just a little kid, and my sister and I would take a walk in the woods with the dogs and just play with the little animals.

I think that’s the first time that my father had ever told me that.

It was just something that I did, and he would just say, ‘You know what?

You can do it.'”

She’s a big girl.

“I’m pretty much like, ‘I can do that.'”

She also likes drawing and reading comics.

But she admits that the most rewarding part of her job is being able to interact with people on the internet.

“When I’m at my job, I can get on Facebook and I can just hang out with friends.

That’s the thing that I really love about it.

I get to talk to other people on a daily basis, and that’s what I love about this job.

I love it, I love the people that I work with.”

So, what’s next for “Wizards of Waverly Place”?

She’ll be back to writing, which will probably be comics, but maybe something a little more “realistic.”

“I know that I’m still kind of a work in progress, but I really want to write comics.

It’s the kind of thing that just kind of has to be done.”

As for when we can expect her next comics?

We can only hope.

“My whole goal is to get out into the world and be able to do comics, and then eventually I’ll be able do anything.”

She says she has no plans to make a TV series.

“The whole thing is just so cool and I love doing it.”

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