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What can I say about my sister Danielle She is just one of those people who lights up the room when she walks in She is the sun in most of my cloudy days Danielle who is now approaching elementary school cant wait to do everything big kids do As big as she gets I still like a parent who doesnt want to face their child growing up see her as my baby Although I have begun to see her in a new light she has become my friend Nevertheless my friend the big girl continues to be a major responsibility Despite the fact that it is still work and I sometimes complain I believe that in the end it gives me joy Most importantly she is just a wonderful sister Thus Danielle is a source of happiness a wonderful responsibility and a fantastic friendsister Danielle is almost six about eleven years younger than I and a very heart-warming little girl She has long blonde hair which she refuses to cut When I ask her if its because she is going to grow it to her feet she says NO I am going to grow it around the whole world I always think of her when I am feeling glum Especially her smart comments that almost never fail to be funny Almost everything is like that even signing a patriotic anthem Stand beside us and glide us is one of my particularly favorite lines Likewise I always enjoy her company Ever since she was born she has always been my favorite family member to spend time with When I would come home from school when she was an infant I would lay her on my chest and she would fall asleep to my heartbeat Seeing my little red-faced baby sister sleeping on my chest I would feel total peace for that hour or so Whats more Danielle is always ready to cheer me up when
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