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My Reflection

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My Reflection

I am a normal child. At least, I thought I was, until my reflection talked to me. One day I was in the bathroom brushing my teeth when my reflection said “You have kale between your front ones.” I screamed and ran out of the bathroom. The next day, I believed it was a dream and to reassure myself, I tried staring at myself in the mirror. I stood in front of it and nothing happened. I was just about to walk away when someone said, “You’re shirt is inside out.” I turned around and there was my reflection staring at me. I thought, that was just my mom, and started walking away. “Don’t go away!” said a voice. It was my reflection! My reflection explained to me that she was lonely and needed company. Now, everyday I say “hi” to my reflection in the mirror.

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Cecilia Kvochak, Contributor

Cecilia is an 8th grader in Ms. Bello’s homeroom.  She plays soccer and volleyball. She also enjoys running cross country an track.  She loves reading fiction novels.  Cecilia also enjoys going to the movies and visiting her beach house in Laguna Beach.


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