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  • The setting is a town just outside of Boston and the main characters are Rachel(to the right), Frannie(in the middle), and Hazel(to the left).
  • Hi.  My name is Hazel.
  • Hi.  My name is Frannie.
  • Hi.  My name is Rachel.
  • Rachel and her mom at the doctor's office for Rachels' spine.
  • 2. Okay.  6. I know you don't sweetheart.
  • 3. What's going on?   5. A what? No. Mom, I don't want a back brace.
  • 4. The curve in your spine has progressed.  I'm recommending a back brace.
  • 1. 30 degrees.  I was hoping we wouldn't have to get here, Amy.  I'm sorry.   With your family history and a 30-degree curvature of her spine.  We have to brace her.
  • Rachel and her friend, Frannie, are practicing soccer in Rachel's backyard.
  • 1. Ugh! I feel like I have no control over my body.   Should I give up? 3. Would you give up if you were wearing a brace? 5. That's fair.
  • 2.  If you want to. 4. I want to say no, but I have no idea.  I really don't.
  • Rachel is at the school formal with her friends, Frannie and Hazel.
  • After we have been dancing for a while, the boys move a few inches closer to the girls.  Kyle comes over to dance with Hazel.  Ladan and the forwards pull Frannie away.  I don't see Tate anywhere, and I don't feel like dancing alone or being Hazel and Kylie's third wheel, so I head toward the bathroom.
  • Rachel is at soccer tryouts for the indoor soccer team.
  •  1. Ladan dribbles forward, and I can tell she is going for the goal because she is setting up a shoot with her right foot, which is the only one she ever uses. I put my right leg up and blocked the shot with my shin. I get control of the ball. Ladan sprints over to me and tries to get the ball back, but I dribble away from her, bend forward and box her out with my brace. Then I ping the ball to Frannie and she clears it.
  • 2. Where did that come from?
  • Rachel, Frannie, and Hazel are looking at the list of names for the A team.
  • I did it! I made the A team! It feels look cold, hard proof that I am a good soccer player. Even now. Even in my brace. Frannie and Hazel both hug me, holding on tight.  We're squealing and jumping up and down. And it feels good.
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