Tiny Story: Janaki Nallamothu

Tiny Story: Janaki Nallamothu

A time I was proud of myself.

I stand five feet away from my fear and salute to the judges with a smile on my face. I jump and catch the wooden bar while chalk flies through the air. My body works on muscle memory until I stop—for 30 seconds.

My mind rushes through horrible outcomes until I let go of those thoughts. My body finally moves: hips lifting, feet touching the bar, fingers loosening their grip, knees extending and balancing on the skinny bar. I look at the other bar in front of me and jump. My eyes moved only when I felt the wood on my palms. I did it.

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Janaki Nallamothu
Janaki Nallamothu, Journalist
Janaki Nallamothu is a sophomore at CHS. This is her first semester on staff and she's super excited. Outside of school, Janaki loves playing tennis, taking her dog on walks, baking, and playing the violin. Janaki can't wait to start her journalism journey at the Communicator.

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