• To Kris, My Sis

    by  • March 28, 2012 • * Safe for Work *, Family Stuff, Love - Pure and Simple • 1 Comment

    I remember the day you were born…your huge bald head and blue eyes. It was instant love. I was old enough at the elder age of 13, to know then that I would always be in love. You have had to deal with so much at your young age. Being born during a divorce, and mom having to try to be a single parent of 3. I remember her passed out asleep and taking care of you after school. I loved to play with you, feed you, change you, and hold you while you slept. Every smile, every giggle. Now you are 14 years old, it’s hard to believe. I miss hanging out with you and playing games, and going to your basketball games, singing songs in the car, and cooking strange and complex recipes. I moved away, to go to college, and then across the country to follow my dreams. Although, I am doing what I have always wanted and following almost every tangible dream of a future I had…but every day something is missing…it’s you. I hope you know that I had to go, but I never stop thinking about you. I live for the talks on the phone, email, and facebooking. I will never stop loving you, you will always be my baby sister and my number one priority. I will always be there for you, through thick and thin- tears and laughs. I know that you are going through again, a lot at home. I know that brother moved, I moved, and now dad moved, and mom is not always around. But we are all still in your heart and a phone call away. I love you sis. I have not yet had my own children, but I already now what it is like to love someone unconditionally. My sister, my best friend, the first love of my life.

    One Response to To Kris, My Sis

    1. Rose
      March 29, 2012 at 10:52 am

      This is very sweet.

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