Personal Narrative: My Sister Is My Hero

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When you think of a hero, you might automatically think of your favorite childhood superhero like Superman and The Hulk, but in my opinion, a hero doesn’t have to be someone who can save lives or have any kind of magical power. Instead, a hero can be someone you can simply look up to and depend on throughout your life. Whenever I think of a person I admire as a hero, I automatically think of my sister. She has always been there for me when I needed her and she has never thought twice about helping me out. I honestly know I wouldn’t be who I am today if it wasn’t for her. She has many qualities and traits that I admire and wish I had myself. Those qualities include her positive attitude, her patience to listen, her successfulness, her creativity, and last but certainly not least, her basketball skills.
I believe my sister knows me more than I know myself, so she always knows when and how to cheer me up. That is one trait I love about my sister. She is always so happy and knows how to put me in the best mood when I’m having a bad day. It’s very rare to see my sister mad or upset. She could probably put anybody in the best mood instantly with her light and cheerful attitude. My sister looks at the positive in every situation which is a very hard trait to find in people in today’s society. I
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When I was younger I wanted to be just like her. She always has been very good at the sport, so of course I wanted to play just like she did. She taught me all I know about basketball and I played Jr. Pro and for the middle school my sixth grade year. Still to this day, she can always beat me at a match of one-on-one. I loved playing basketball until I quickly realized the running wasn’t for me. That’s when I became a cheerleader. Although I love to cheer, I would much rather be out on the court pulling some of those slick moves my sister used to pull back in high school. I will always admire that about

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