Read the first paragraph of the memoir. America has always been a nation of restless people. Look at me. I haven’t sat still since the day I was born. In the mid-1850s, thousands of people said “Farewell” to the Midwestern states, climbed into covered wagons, and headed west. In the mid-1950s, my mom and pops said, “See ya!” to the East Coast, climbed into a station wagon, and headed west, too. Their restlessness embodied something essentially American, if a little reckless, and my childhood reflects this national spirit. Which line from the memoir is an example of hyperbole? (underline it)