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Tiny Story: Anjali Kakarla

A moment from childhood I think about often.
Daniel Ging

With the ever so slight shift of my weight forward, I was off. As I successfully completed my first turn, my confidence soared. I didn’t want to go slow anymore – not when this was my first time on a black diamond ski slope. My skis shifted from “pizza” to “french fries” and my wide turns morphed into a straight path down the mountain.

Suddenly I was wrapped in yellow cloth. I looked down to see I had crashed into a sign that was emblazoned “SLOW ZONE.”

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Anjali Kakarla
Anjali Kakarla, Web Editor-In-Chief
Anjali Kakarla is a senior who split-enrolls between Community and Skyline. This is her seventh semester on staff and her third as one of the Web-Editors-In-Chief. When she's not doing schoolwork, playing basketball and golf, or running track for Skyline, she enjoys hanging out with her friends, listening to music and baking. She loves to write and is very excited for journalism this year!

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