For Sami Drollinger, nothing says love like the arms of her big brother.
That, anyway, seemed clear to anyone standing nearby last Friday when the Kuna High junior came around a corner in the school’s hallway to greet a surprise cooked up by her family.
The shock itself seemed to propel her forward, and once she got her arms around her brother, clad in his U.S. Army fatigues, stronger and more accomplished than last she’d seen him, Sami didn’t let go for a long, long time.
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