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The night before Sarah moved out I remember watching the eleven oclock news and seeing that the morning was to being a bright and beautiful day It was going to be a perfect beach day I planned to wake up in the morning make some pancakes and invite my sister to go to the beach It had been several weeks since we spent time together and I knew she had the morning off so this would be the perfect opportunity That morning I woke up to hear my fathers truck backing up to the house Confused I stumbled out of bed and managed my way to the window to see boxes cluttering the front lawn The wonderful smell of freshly cut grass filled the air That morning my sister moved to Rhode Island She did not tell anyone about her move until an hour before she planned to leave when she asked my father to borrow the truck There went my plans for pancakes Sarah was my half sister She was a daughter from my fathers previous marriage I admit we never had the ideal sibling relationship but I loved her unconditionally nonetheless We came from a split and broken family and everyone always tried to make the best of it Apparently everyone tried to make the best of it except for SarahI went downstairs and stood out on the front porch barefoot in what I slept in the night before Boxes of her belongings were packed and stacked along the driveway She walked by me without saying a word avoiding eye contact Speechless I followed her into her bedroom and said What is thisAs she picked up another box she looked up and said Im moving to Rhode Island I did not know what to say It had only been about ten minutes since the rumbling of my dads truck had waked me Confused and shaken I went to the kitchen where my mother
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