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As my sister and I walked down the old familiar road and entered the door to Aunt Sherry and Uncle Rays house we were greeted with hugs and smiling faces My aunt uncle and other family members who were hanging out in the house welcomed us in and everyone sat down on the two couches opposite each other spreading out among the various seats that furnished the long slender sitting area We had come for a reason and everyone listened as we told them about a video project we were planning on creating for a short film contest The video was required to be ten minutes long and the theme the film needed to portray was Courage We had known almost instantaneously what our film would be about Mainly we wanted to make it about an event that had recently happened about two months to that day and was definitely the definition of courage My Aunt many years ago had been diagnosed with Parkinsons disease and beside the fact that she had composedly gone through all the horrifying symptoms which came with this disease she had also just undergone the DBS Deep Brain Stimulation surgery Our video was to focus on the obvious courage she had and still was maintaining throughout her life and the effect that the Parkinsons and the surgery had on the friends and family who were around her Each of our family members was eager to get their input in on Aunt Sherrys story It wasnt long before we were seating people one-by-one into the cozy chair in the small comfortable back room setting up the Flip camcorder on a tripod and unfolding the list of questions we had prepared to interview each family member CJ was one of the first to be interviewedas her daughter she could give us the story of how much the
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