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October 05, 2005

Do YOU approve of me, Sis?


This time, Sis and I did nt ve too many fights. Ashu might be one of the reasons why. I don’t know why I fight so much with her. She’s my best friend. My guide. My role model. My rock. But that does nt stop me from fighting with her. That too for all the silliest reasons in the world. (I know that now!) This makes me wonder why I go out of the way to be nice to people I hardly know but not to my near and dear ones. Especially to the person who came out of the same womb 3 years before I did. Is it the same with all sisters?

One reason we fight is because Big Sis is Miss. Know-it-all and I have to show her I am Miss. Know-it-all too! (Look Sis, I ve grown up. I can say my ABCD and count 1 to 10 too!) She thinks everything a younger child does is to get the approval from the parents. According to her, the eldest are pre-blessed and pre-approved by parents while the younger strive all their lives to be approved. (That’s why you get nicer gifts to our parents than me, she says!) I don’t know if she based this fact from some Freudian principle but I don’t approve. I should know. I am the youngest and I disagree. If I talk to her all this, we will get into yet another argument. Things are worse since we got married as we have our very own Knights in shining armour now and attacking is easier if you have someone to protect you all the time.

I think we fight so much because we know that we will remain sisters and best friends even after the fight is over. But I don’t want to take things for granted. I want to be nicer to my sis. More than losing a sister and a best friend, I don’t want Ashu to lose her one and only Aunt because of her mother's jealousy! (There, I said it!)

3 comments:

o anonymous reader said...

Not at all... even I fight with my own sister. Yeah we do take for granted the people we know are a firm part of our lives... rightly or wrongly so, I do not know.

The Visitor said...

Look Sis, I ve grown up. I can say my ABCD and count 1 to 10 too!

Once an akka is always an akka, as they say - dilli'kku Rajaa aanaalum, thaayirkku pillai thaan!

Just like that said...

I used to fight loads with mine too. But it all changed the day she got married...

She's 5 yrs elder to me, and really lorded it over me at times. But now I can be very very protective of her...