Five Card Story: Never Take Anything for Granted

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a Five Card Flickr story by Cassandra Bortignon created Sep 11 2013, 09:28:25 pm. Create a new one!

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As you get older life gets more complex. All you have to do is see where life takes you. No one knows where you came from or what you have gone through. Being the youngest, I have always had someone to look up to and that is my sister Kristen. She was someone I always wanted to be like and who I admired. She always knows how to put a smile on your face and brighten your day. If you there was something you were going through she would be the person to talk to. Kristen and I are invisable and are the best of friends, we have always had that sister bond where we always get along.
For a choir trip we went to Disneyland, a few days after, Kristen had what she thought was a "fainting spell". It wasn't what normally happens this was different. My parents knew something wasn't right, she was incoherant and had a blank look on her face. I went on with my day of school while Kristen my Mom and Dad went to the hospital to make sure everything was okay. After taking multiple tests the results came back with nothing and told her that nothing was wrong. Fast forward a year and our next choir trip we were going to Toronto. We had to take a red eye flight which sucked because by the end of the day we went 24 hours without sleeping. The reason why we went was for Nationals. Kristen lived for choir and show choir

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