In Fun
Relationship: Child of im/migrant
One of my most special charms.
One of my most special charms.
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My family’s last summer, we all went to California for my birthday week. The day of my birthday my family came together and I felt happier than ever.I had opened almost all of my gifts by noon but one was left, it was the smallest box so i had assumed it was jewelry however I had expected it was another one to match my other bracelet, and for my mom to hand it to me.
However, it was my sister who stood up and said “Here you go”  It was a Pandora bracelet that was carefully wrapped in pink paper with a note that said “I love you”;The reason why this also meant a lot to me was because I'd always wanted a good relationship with my sister and as kids, we would argue a lot and not appreciate each other, however now that it's finally setting in we are growing into our own people, that don't share everything with each other, don't argue over dumb things and don't split our allowances to buy mom a birthday gift I think we've grown to find a bond that we both enjoy. It's also hard to admit that this will probably will be one of my last summers with my sisters and my family together, i consider my sister a piece of our puzzle and when she goes to college I do not think anything will be the same.
 I know she will fly very far away, I believe in her but apart from the fact we are siblings and will eventually see each other again after she moves away, I know with this bracelet comes a memory, and that memory will forever be engraved in my brain.

– Estrella Maribel Loja

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