My Experience That Changed My Life

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Have you ever had an event or experience that has changed your life? Well, mine was nine years ago, when my little sister Daphne was born. This special event changed my life changed drastically. When my parents sat me down and explained to me that I was having a baby sister, I began to feel a little disappointed that I was not going to be the only child anymore. Being able to get all the attention 24/7 from all my family members was the only thing I ever wanted. As I had came to realization that I was having a little sister, my life was about to change in ways I would have never imagined.
As my sister was about to arrive, 5 months before my family and I had to move out of our small little town house. We then moved to an earth-contact home in which it had a shop and a lot of land. We had to move out because the house we
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I feel that siblings who are closer in age—say, a year apart—are more likely to differentiate than siblings separated by a bigger age gap, like four years. My sister and I are eight years apart and are so similar it is unbelievable. Although she has blonde hair and hazel eyes and I have brown hair and brown eyes, we are both outgoing and enjoy to live our lives to the fullest. My sister has taught me no matter where I am in life I always have someone there for me, either it being getting a good night kiss every night to sharing the T.V. remote.
In my sister’s eyes I am her hero and am extremely thankful for her. Although in the beginning I did not realize how much she meant to me until a few years ago, I finally came to the realization that she is growing up and I will not be seeing much of her next year and the years after that. Even getting a goodnight kiss from her makes me know that I am doing my job as a big sister right. She has taught me many life lessons and has definitely shaped me into the person I have become

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