At school, her friends and teachers treated her like a celebrity and asked question after question. There was a mix of curiosity and concern. She suddenly became the most popular kid in the twelfth grade. Even the popular kids were envious of her, although they all admitted that they wouldn’t want to have to go through what she had, to gain that level of popularity. She became known as the girl who had died and came back. Friends and students that she had never met asked what it was like to die. Her answers were neither flashy nor satisfying for those who asked, but she would say that she couldn’t remember anything about it and people would smile and walk away.
As with all things, however, her popularity faded. Jessi went back to just being her, with an exciting past, but a mundane present and uncertain future.
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