My little sister, Emerald Amethyst Barton, was born on February 15th, 1992. She’s the youngest member of my family. Emerald is my only sibling and she’s the only person that knows and understands me best, next to my mom and dad. She is not like other sisters. She has a very bubbly personality, loves to sing, and she and I are really close. We assist each other on personal problems and we always get in contact by phone calls, text messages, and e-mails. As my sister is experiencing high school as a senior, she is maturing, balancing her life with education and family ties, and she is following my footsteps for a college education. While I’m in college, I always give my sister advices on life such as how to treat others in a relationship, helping her on school subjects, and I’m doing my part to become a good role model for her. Emerald is now ready to search for colleges and working on scholarships so she can get ahead and start living her life in the future. I’m proud to say that my sister is growing up because my family and I have always been there for her, but now it’s her time to shine and she’s becoming independent. She’s pursuing in the career of nursing and her field is labor and delivery in pregnancy. I’m just amazed on how my little sister became a brilliant young lady. I would never imagine in her ambitions to conquer her dreams can inspire me to conquer my own dreams. It goes to show that the youngest member of the family is the most willing to inspire others.