A note to a sister " with love
High school is a place where memories captivate your heart and soul ” a home for four years with ability to mold everyone who enters the doors into who they truly are. Life itself begins here. Every moment spent in high school is precious. No matter what anyone says, the memories that are made will be cherished throughout life, and-will never be forgotten.
Thinking about graduation makes me realize how fast my high school years have gone by. It is hard to believe that my time here is almost over. I guess I never thought about leaving, I mean really leaving. I am going to miss everything about high school.
My friends, teachers, the sports, the laughs, the community, the memories growing up, but most of all I am going to miss one very special person. When I leave for college in the fall, I know it will be extremely hard not seeing this person every single day. We have gone through so much and made so many wonderful memories that will stay with me for the rest of my life.
This amazing person is the one who gives me the strength, ambition and the will to wake up every morning. She is the one who inspires me to be my best in everything that I do. The one and only who
warms my heart through the kindness and love that is exemplified through her every act.
This person is my sister Miranda Aragon. I want everyone to know how special Miranda is to me because without her I know I could not live. Her love, charisma and kindness set her above anyone that I know of. Throughout my life my sister has been my support system. She is three years younger than I am, however she is more of a big sister to me than I am to her. Miranda is the one I run to when life gets stressful or whenever I feel down. She always has a way of soothing my spirit and putting a smile back on my face.
I am writing this to thank her for everything that she has ever done for me.
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