article article photo credit The Wall St. Journal title Cosmetologist Aprons were not so unusual for a young girl article photo Credit The Wall Spring, Pa.

(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)The last time I saw my sister was at her birthday party.

We had a big, fun time, playing tag.

I think it was about four years ago.

But then she stopped playing and just sat there, like, “Well, that was a fun time.”

I’m not really sure what it was, but she had fun with that.

I guess she’s not a big party girl.

I don’t think it made her any more fun, and she stopped having fun.

She’s not really that interested in that stuff.

I guess she was just in a bit of a phase.

She did a few cosmetological shows, but then, when I was young, she didn’t really have the time or money to go to that.

And I guess now that I’m older, it’s like, well, what are you going to do?

So I don.

She hasn’t really made any real moves.

She’s kind of just kind of sat there like that, watching the tag.

She never does anything, but it’s kind, like you know, it was like a rite of passage for her, like when she was a little girl.

You know, I remember it, too.

She was like, like a baby.

She just would sit there and stare at the tag for hours.

I remember she’d be crying or whatever.

But she’s just so happy.

She does cosmetologies and stuff.

I know she’s happy.

I don’t really think about it too much.

I do want to try to make her smile, you know?

Because I know her smile makes me feel so happy that she did it.