Anna, its time to go to bed. You have your first day of kindergarten tomorrow and you need to get some rest.
Abby, you know how I feel about going to school.. I am so nervous, I could cry a river.
Anna, its time for breakfast. Its the big day, your officially a kindergartner.
I don't want to go Abby... I am scared, there has been so many bombings this year in different schools.
Bye sissy.. I will miss you!
Bye Anna, I promise you everything will be okay. I will be right here waiting for you to get off the bus.
My parents always work and have things to do so I am basically another mother to Anna. Anna is very shy and is petriffed to attend school. I try to remind her everything will be okay but she does not seem to listen.
YOU DID WHAT? You sent her to school without my permission. Abby do you know schools around here are a war zone? No school is safe.
Hey dad, I just walked Anna to the bus stop.
Recently schools around us have been bombed by the Syrian- Russian forces and no one knows how to fix this. My parents are not involved in me and my sisters life that much so I found Anna a school that is underground.
Okay, I am coming dad.
Abby, I just got a phone call from Anna's school. We need to go there ASAP.
This was the first time I have been without my sister in a long time. What will I do with out her? Who will I play barbies with? I know my dog Bella won't, she just sleeps all day.
ABBY! I'm safe.
Anna! I am so sorry. I never thought this would happen, I am so grateful to have you back.
As I returned home, I sat on the couch to relax. Five minutes later my dad walks in and is yelling at me for sending Anna to school, he explained how schools were not safe especially kindergarten.
I can't believe what I just did. I run up to my bedroom and pray that my sister will make it home safe. Why do we have to live in fear? I just want my sister to get a good education like I did.
The one day I choose to send my sister to school they get bombed by The Syrian- Russian forces. Me and my dad had to go and see if she was one of the surviving kids. We waited and waited, it was a very dark moment. My heart was pounding, I just wanted to see her. After an hour of waiting she came out, I was so happy.