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An amazing wit an outrageous sense of humor an extraordinary personality and a worldly knowledge about life are all things that describe one young but amazing sophomore Julie Rhettington Suffering abuse from her sister in her younger years Cassan learned to cope with what some would see as insurmountable trauma She learned to take care of herself and look within for direction Although this put a strain on Julie it wasnt as harsh as a diagnosis her family recently received her father is dying of cancer The news took its toll but Julie has risen from the ashes so to speak and has become an amazing and vibrant young woman Seeing all that she has been through what makes this fifteen-year-old girl have such an amazing and inspiring outlook on life Blessed with a hilarious sense of humor Julie can make any situation funny She looks beyond momentary dramas and sees the lighter side of situations Recently one such instance arose About a month ago we were all deciding what we should do for a friends going away party it seemed as if everything was destined to go wrong The worst part of our little party planning adventure was making our friend Katie a videotape of our goodbyes Time and time again the tape would cut out or wed have to re-record etc Using that wit of hers Julie and I turned the tape into this incredibly funny inside joke We started making up songs and doing little skits and let everyone Making the tape a joke helped us to excuse away all of the awkward pauses and start-overs etc Julies demeanor also helped de-stress the evening and made the party a success Although usually thought to be an immature quality Julies ability to focus on the humor has helped her be flexible in
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