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This is a chill chapter of a Day in the life of Kyle! You'll get to meet his sister, Grandma, and see the world from his point of view!

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The 1K special | A day in the life of Kyle.

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K Y L E

Floating on the beautiful ocean surface, lightly moving your feet, watching them move the water around, staring straight up at the beautiful sky, watching the birds fly to their homes, closing your eyes and savoring the mood you're in

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Floating on the beautiful ocean surface, lightly moving your feet, watching them move the water around, staring straight up at the beautiful sky, watching the birds fly to their homes, closing your eyes and savoring the mood you're in.

Heaven. -K

I stared at the pretty messy lines, my failing cursive writing made me smile, I like writing in a small notebook some thoughts that occur to my mind.

My Nana always told me that ideas have wings, and I should try to hunt them down. And I kinda lived by that motto.

"Kyle? It's 7:30, you'll be late if you don't leave soon" Nana's voice interrupted my thoughts, I smiled at her and nodded.

She smiled back and walked downstairs again, My older sister and I live with my Grandmother, our parents' jobs are all the way in The Middle East, they both work in the Petrol Industry.

They come back every few months, I miss them both endlessly.

I quickly threw on some clothes, and walked downstairs, my sister and grandma were having breakfast. "Morning" I said, with a smile.

"Morning!" I said, "How you feeling today?" I asked Alana, my sister.

"Better, breathing's okay" She replied, Alana has Cystic Fibrosis, Cystic fibrosis is a progressive, genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and limits the ability to breathe over time. In people with CF, a defective gene causes a thick, sticky buildup of mucus in the lungs, pancreas, and other organs.

She's had it ever since she was 12, she's now 22. "That's good" I said.

When she was first diagnosed with it, she greeted it with a smile and a nod in the head, she's always been very optimistic and she's always looking at the bright side to every problem.

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