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Unexpected Talents

This evening I had the option of staying at home and watching television or going with my little sister to her choir practice. I chose to go to choir practice because I haven’t gotten to spend much time with my sister recently because I have been so busy with school.

Unsure of what to expect, I learned that choir practice is long, tedious and boring.

However, I was also extremely impressed with the choir’s talent. I mean, I knew they were good, but it’s always humbling to be reminded of that. I am proud of my little sister for being a part of it, and I know she has accomplished so much.

I can only hope to learn from her one day.

Christine Vanderwater
Christine Vanderwater is a senior at Carnegie Vanguard High School. Besides being co-editor of the Chronicle Insight's print publication, she is a short story writer, novelist, blogger and poet and is on the newspaper staff at her high school.

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