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I already knew what she was going to say but I wanted to hear her voice; the one thing I thought would be familiar to me.
It hurts, but I'm ok.
How are you?
Almost everything about her was different Her voice was so delicate it felt like she was about to break
In my attempts to make her feel as comfortable as possible, I tried to normalize the conversation. We spoke about things we would on every other day. As the conversation progressed I realized something...
A few, but my mom usually answers the phone because I'm sleeping
Has anyone from school called you yet?
...Though she looked different she was still the same person. She spoke the same way and her personality remained as amazing as it was before the surgery. She was just as strong and optimistic as before. Her Ability to remain herself after such a huge event has resonated with me to this day. I wanted to reflect the qualities that I saw in her that day. She didn't let anything change who she was on the inside and stayed true to herself.
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