Youve known them since you where a little girl
Lets how you get along after all these years.
A is used when the word after it doesn't start with a vowel (A,E,I,O,U)
An is used when the word after it starts with a vowel
They're = they are
Their = when it belongs to them
There = over there
Abandoned* (It's the past tense of abandon.) You aren't abandoning the house, you're approaching it, it was abandoned before you even got there.
You keep missing periods (.), comas (,), and capitalization when it comes to the beginning of a new sentence and paragraph.
If you're using words like you're, I'm, and they're, make sure to use the (') between the letters so that it marks the abbreviation. You're = You are (You + re = You're), I'm = I am (I +m = I'm), they're = they are (They + re = they're)
When it's a question make sure to use a question mark (?) in place of a period (.).