Sasha has impressed me with her growing maturity throughout this book. She has always been the lighthearted, unconcerned, girly girl of the group. Though while she still maintain her lighthearted personality, there is a depth to her that I was not anticipating seeing from her. I think that her story is by far my favorite one yet, and I'm amazed by the overwhelming admiration I have found for someone who does not even exist, though she sure feels real to me.
Here are some Updates on the girls' lives:
Sasha is ever present on Facebook, forever the social media queen, and she is also working on the long list of New Year's Resolutions that she has made for herself—Starting a blog (which she uses to stay on track with her NYRs), Dying her hair (A burgundy crimson), Starting a Blessings Journal (Like her Mom), Make/sell hand creams, and so much more. She's even decided to take up Taekwondo with her sister. I'll say one thing; that girl is DEDICATED.
Savannah is now taking Taekwondo lessons and personal training on the side from Riley (So cute!) She also seems to have taken on the role of "matchmaker," encouraging all the attention Sasha has been receiving from many guys lately.
Serena is getting more into her feminine side (perfume) thanks of her boyfriend (Sasha approves). She has also taken to outlining the events before their father's death and every related detail (in a flow chart), in the hopes of one day putting al the pieces together and finding his resting place.
Tamara is still the family chef, and we get to see a little more of her budding infatuation with the good-looking neighbor who is Savvy's boyfriend's brother.
Talia has become the new keeper/secretary of the Delta Girls journal, and we have begun to learn more about this [mysterious] oldest sister via Sasha; she is worried for her sister's emotional state and seeming fragility as of late, likely due to the new information they have just learned about their dearly departed father.
The more I learn about these girls, the more enthralled I become by them. They are each so very unique and their personalities and hobbies are constantly growing, while they still maintain their original characteristics that I first fell in love with in "Sight."
This family has been through the wringer, and I agree with Sasha that this year will be one to remember, full of trials and triumphs. The girls will continue to face tough times, but I have faith that the will continue to overcome them with a warrior's spirit and the love and support of their family.
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