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When I was 13 years old, my sister and I had moved to my new house with my mom after my parent's divorce, sadly, I had to leave behind my friends and most of my family. My new school was about the same size as my old school so it wasn't that hard to adjust. My dad got partial custody of my sister and me, so we went and visited every weekend. Every Saturday my friend Brook and I would meet up and talk about everything that was happening in each other lives that the other didn't know about. Her life was taking a turn that I wouldn't have been able to handle. Brook, without crying, had told me that she was diagnosed with leukemia. This wasn't easy for me to hear because I knew I wasn't able to help her through this when I lived so far away from her.
Oh, these panes of glass! The things they must’ve seen. The winds that they have protected against the cold that they have shielded from, frosting over themselves. Becoming one with the landscape. The squares that perspire with each summer ray and rain. Oh, this window has seen so much. Has been the frame, the canvas, the home to so many things. Today though, this view is somewhat similar to yesterday, the only change is that there is possibility. Today this window will see change.