Across the Miles

Oberg, Laura
May 2001
Teen Ink 2: More Voices, More Visions;2001, p74
The article discusses the author's experience of having a best friend who lives in another place. The author and her friend Jen were often called twins because they look and think alike. Upon learning that Jen will move to Texas, they spent every moment together. The friendship of the author and Jen did not changed because they know that the things they have shared were too precious.


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