I’ll Stumble, I’ll Fall, I’ll Get Up Again: Chapter Twelve

Chapter Twelve:

Alyssa looked at Anna, h little sister who really dint seem so little any longer. A few weeks ago they had celebrated her tenth birthday. A birthday she might not have seen if the surgeries to repair her heart hadn’t work. Anna still had to be careful, but she was like any other child now, and to most of her friends and classmates the fact she had Down Syndrome did not matter. She was…

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