I Don’t have Sisters

I used to be envious of those who had sisters, especially when I would see how close they were and how much fun they got up to. But recently I stopped myself mid thought about wishing I had sisters and I came to a happy conclusion:

I don’t have sisters.

But I have an amazing mother who has always acted as a strong role model to me. A woman who has proved, time and time again, just how strong she truly is.

I don’t have sisters.

But I have 3 brothers who would do anything for me. No matter what I manage to get myself into, they are always there to bail me out. No matter how lofty my goals are, they support me 110%. And I wouldn’t want to be the person that ever thinks to cause me any harm.

I don’t have sisters.

But I have amazing, strong women in my life who act just like them. I am surrounded by women who are out there proving exactly who they are. Women who set goals and smash them. Women who are not afraid of failure.

I don’t have sisters, but to be honest, I don’t need them. I have enough.

Keep dreaming!

8 thoughts on “I Don’t have Sisters

  1. AuthorSarahKrewis says:

    I love this post. I DO have a sister, though we may as well be distant acquaintances. This post was a reminder to be thankful for what we DO have and not what is lacking. ❤

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  2. gmsmith1980 says:

    Beautiful! I grew up as an only child, raised by my grandparents. I loved my life but always wished that I had siblings to play with when I was bored. I used my imagination and pretended that I had a sister for a time, but it got old after a while. Now I still wish I had siblings to support me and to be there for me when things get hard. I do have a sister-in-law who was also my best friend in high school and is always there when I need to talk!

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