Siblings of Sartell: Brock & Emily Sorensen

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Siblings of Sartell: Brock & Emily Sorensen

Brock and Emily in the hallway together at school

Brock and Emily in the hallway together at school

Katrina Schiller

Brock and Emily in the hallway together at school

Katrina Schiller

Katrina Schiller

Brock and Emily in the hallway together at school

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For this edition of Siblings of Sartell, I got the chance to speak with seniors Brock and Emily Sorensen.

Q. Who is older?

Brock: “Emily.”

Emily: “Me.”

Q. What is something you like to do together?

Brock: “Go to Caribou.”

Emily: “Go shopping.”

Q. Do you have any nicknames for each other?

Brock: “I call her ‘girly’.”

Emily: “Not really.”

Q. What was the last text you sent to your sibling?

Brock: “I said ‘Can’t, too tired’.”

Emily: “Please.”

Q. What is the best memory you have with your sibling?

Brock: “When we were younger, we would put on our pajama pants and stick both legs in one leg and hop around the house.”

Emily: “Going to New York City.”

Q. What do you admire about your sibling?

Brock: “She is very outgoing.”

Emily: “He is hard working.”

Q. What is something you have in common?

Brock: “We both find the same things funny.”

Emily: “We have the same sense of humor.”

Q. Complete the sentence: “My sibling is…”

Brock: “Not good with money.”

Emily: “Hilarious.”

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