Sister I've Loved

Welby, Emily
November 2007
Teen Ink;Nov2007, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p24
The author describes her sister and reflects on some of their experiences together. The sister is said to be tall, tan and beautiful, the total opposite of the author's small frame. The author remembers how her sister told stories to their mother about her boyfriend, her plans in life and her expectations in college. She notes that they have always battled for people's attention.


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