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Looking For Adriana; An Overview Of A 15 Year Old Girl

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"Time to get up!""Okay!" I answer back, while rolling out of bed, and standing up. I look at myself in the mirror a girl who has wavy, curly brown hair looking back. I have blue eyes, the colour of faded dark denim. I sighed. 'Yep, that's me' I thought. I sighed again, and got ready for school.My name is Adriana McPherson. I am 15½ years old. I live with my mum, dad, and my two older brothers. I am in Year 10 at Angel's Catholic Secondary School, a co-ed school in which Years 9-12 attend. I am pretty good at school, with an A average.As I was eating breakfast I thought about my friends. I have a close group of friends, but if I had to say who my best friend is, I couldn't choose. All ...view middle of the document...

We would always argue, and she would always send Bella along, telling me to leave them alone. One day when she said that everyone hated me, and I just stared at her, amazed by how she twisted everything around to seem like I was the bad guy, when I never said anything about her. I just nodded and called her a bitch. I told her that I would say something wittier, but she might not understand it. Then I walked off, and went to Jess. I knew that she would understand what was happening. I didn't really know Kia and Alyx that well, but I found that I naturally fit into their group. We are not the most popular people in school, but I would rather stay friends with them than be popular. I value their friendship and support. Bella and I have remained friends through everything. We are all really good friends, and I know that we will stay that way.As my mum drove me to school I thought about my family. My family and I are really close. I find myself fighting and defending Chris and Julian more than any of my friends. The three of us are different ages, from different worlds, but we understand each other better than anyone else. My parents and we fight a lot.Chris is the oldest, he's 20, and is at University doing some Computer Science Course that includes things that I don't understand. Chris and I get along well, but I still fight with him. We argue sometimes, but get along better then most siblings, especially with the age difference.Julian, or Jay as I call him, is about a year and a half older then me, having already turned 17. He attends Angel's, and we get along really well. We understand each other better then anyone. We can joke around together, but we can also have meaningful discussions. We tease each other constantly, but we trust each other.I love it how my family and I are close, closer than most. We spend...

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