By Kaila Schusterman
Finding the bright side of a very dark time
It started as a whisper – a breeze gently tickling her ear. The gale got a little stronger. And then, before I knew what had happened, it ripped my feet that, seconds before, had been planted firmly on the ground! I flew in the air, my hair whipping my face. And then, as I opened…
Yesterday was fear, but today is serenity
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