"We woke up the next morning, her mother checked on her. She was curled into a ball from the cold."
Also near Turkey, Sharifa struggles on.
She says it is "God's will this happened."
"The situation is hard here, nobody can bear this."
Sharifa may be a limping casualty of war, but she and other young traumatized Syrians -- living in tents, crammed in apartments and hiding in villages and towns -- are now the country's future.
They will limp home after the war ends to rebuild their land.
"I don't want to play again," she said. "I just want to walk."