TITLE

We Go Together

AUTHOR(S)
Piedalue, Amy Danielle
PUB. DATE
May 2001
SOURCE
Teen Ink 2: More Voices, More Visions;2001, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article talks about the author's experience of visiting her sister at a university dorm. They have not seen each other for two months and she wondered whether something could have changed between them. They ate pizza, watched "The Breakfast Club" and told jokes. By the time she had to leave, her sister hugged her and told her that she loves her. Since they have always been close, she realized that it was not until they are hundreds of miles away from each other that they only understood what the phrase I love you means.
ACCESSION #
24017041

 

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