The Santana-Soto Sisters
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The Santana-Soto Sisters

We are sisters; we stand together!

The Santana-Soto Sisters
Mom and Dad

As some of you may know, I am the youngest of three sisters. Being the youngest has a lot of perks if I am sincere. I hope that when I have children of my own, they take care of each other like my sisters and I do. Whenever I have a bad day or an embarrassing moment they are there to make me feel better. I always want to call my sisters up and let them know what happened. We are triplets!! We do everything together, and we love each other as well. We always have our days to do our chores to pay breakfast for each other. We value each other.

Sisterhood for my sisters and me is when one is down; we pick each other up. We have rules for our sisterhood, but they are a secret; however, only the sisters know the rules. If one has a problem we all have the problem.

I LOVE MY SISTERS TO DEATH because if my sisters have a problem or something is not going right; I will put my neck and life on the line for them.

WE ARE STRONG INDEPENDENT WOMEN, and when we were born and raised, we were introduced to do what we pleased. Open-minded parents taught us, and they are a blessing for us.

We are all in love with life and what it has to offer. I love going to the park and working out with them. My sisters are so intelligent and brave. When I was younger, and now I always wanted to be like them.

Like them because they are hardworking, beautiful, and talented. I remember that we attended high school together. In high school, each one of us played instruments, but we all were in the chorus. We used to sing and rehearse songs at home. We had a band named S sisters, and we used to perform in talent shows and play sports together.

We always defended each other when a bully came to bother us, and it was three against one. We never beat people up. We just spoke to them to stop acting up. We always use our voices because you need to speak up. If you don't defend yourself in this world, who will protect you? My sisters always give me good advice; they always tell me what's right from wrong. They always make me laugh and we can dance around all the time. My sisters always provide me with guidance, peace, love, attention, protection, and discipline. They still have the best advice when I am on the other side of the phone. When I feel lost or confused, my sisters are always there, making me feel better.

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