Person here who feels the same way!!!
So I guess I should come up with soem resolutions.
Get new friends
Be a new better person
Accomplish more things than I have
try to be less depressed and/or suicidal
Get more involved in church when I can
get straight A’s in my gradebook
get off an IEP
start writing more.
is saraandtegan.com not working for anyone else also? What is wrong with it?
Dear people who read this,
I don’t and won’t have proper grammar but, here goes nothing.
Who has a sibling? If you do keep reading. If you don’t keep reading. I have a sister who is going to be 20 in 20 days. I am 15. Me and my sister fight so much and I hate it. I have bad temper/ attitude and I can get violent when I shouldn’t. When my sister was like 3 she got sick. i don’t know a whole lot about what happened but let me tell you what it has progressed to in 17 years. She has an enlarged heart, bad lungs, calcium bumps all over her, osteoporosis. She is on so many different types of medication and she has to do breathing treatments to help her lungs but they give her very painful migraines so she can take them anymore. She can go to the hospital and get an IV to help but we don’t know if it will. If it doesn’t she will have to get a lung transplant and if I am a match then they will ask me. The thing is, is I am scared. I want to but don’t want to. That is if I am the match. We had a talk about it and she said if it came down to me she would give one up for me in an instant, no second thoughts. It made me feel like I was a shit sister for HAVING second thoughts and, it kills me everyday to know that she won’t be there one day. I complain that she is the favorite but I can see why. The moral is, you have a lovely sibling sick or not sick do you know what I would do to cure her EVERYTHING. I love my sister and I am the worst sister of all time. You have a sibling. Brother to sister does it matter? They are a blessing. What if you could wake up one day and they would be dead? That is what I have to face everyday. Love your sibling. You don’t know what you’ve got until it is gone.