I Believe in Being Best Friends with Your Sister

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This is the person you can share your secrets with, the person you can be fighting with one minute and be laughing with the next. This is the person that knows all your dreams and ideas, the one who points out your flaws and mistakes. This is the person that will actually tell you, "Yes, you look fat in those jeans," or "That shirt is hideous." This is the person that has seen you at your best and at your worst, the person you can cry with. This is the person that you taught how to braid someone's hair and how to do laundry, this is your partner in crime. This is the person you've been through everything with. This is the person you can share your secrets with, the person you can be fighting with one minute and be laughing with the next. This is the person that knows all your dreams and ideas, the one who points out your flaws and mistakes. This is the person that will actually tell you, "Yes, you look fat in those jeans," or "That shirt is hideous." This is the person that has seen you at your best and at your worst, the person you can cry with. This is the person that you taught how to braid someone's hair and how to do laundry, this is your partner in crime. This is the person you've been through everything with. Having a sister is like having a best friend you cant get rid of, even if you really want to.

My sister and I are a year apart. Being so close in age, we would always be getting into some kind of crazy adventure when we were little. When we weren't torturing our neighbors, our favorite thing to do was play house outside making soups and stews out of gross, flowers, leaves and whatever else we could make us of in our yard. But 95% of the time, we would be clawing each others eyes out and pulling each other's hair. I can still picture my mom laughing at us and hearing her say "One day you and your sister are gunna be so close, just watch." We would both deny it, saying "Ew, no way. I don't even like her."

Now being a senior in high school, I...
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