This post has absolutely nothing to do with dating - incase you read the title and instantly thought that! haha!
My sister is moving back to college tomorrow and once again, I never really think about it until the day is almost here. When her bed gets full of clothing and bags are being packed then I remember, 'oh yeah, you are leaving - like moving out leaving'. Then I have the capability of getting super emotional because I think really deep about it, but you know, that's just ol' dramatic me!
My sister and I are complete opposites, and when I say that I mean it in the literal sense - complete opposites. My bedroom is nuetrals (blacks, browns), hers is bright yellow, bright orange, and bright pink. She knee boards, skis, tubes, I soak up the sun. She makes decisions right off the bat with no hesitation, I sit - think - question - analyze and then never really make a decision. When she goes through a break up, she cries for a little bit then moves on and doesn't let it bring her down. Me? I can't function for about 4 months. She hates shopping, I can't get enough of shopping! I read, she does not. Okay, maybe she's starting to read a little! :) It takes me a good chunk of time to take a shower, she is done within a few minutes. She has no problem making friends and is so outgoing, i'm well, just not like that.
Anyways you get the point. And after reading that you're probably realizing what a fun girl Casie is and how uncool I am. Haha!
I think that's why we get along SO well, not because she's fun and i'm unfun, but because we are so different from each other. We can hang out and I can tell her "look this is how it's going to go down today, this is what we're going to do, this is the order, and she'll say ALRIGHT BIG SIS!" No, i'm kidding! She's just about one of the only people who will let me boss her around though. :) But I do love my sister and when I spend the day with her my heart is more relaxed than it could be with any other person!
The bond between sisters is unlike any other! I'm going to miss her when she's gone.
.... good thing she only lives 30 miles away and comes home every weekend!