Don’t we need to talk about that?
Sure, growing up she was always so much cooler than I was – more friends, more parties, better hair, etc. - but there was something charming about her rebellion. I envied her. Now that we’re both adults, however, her self-destructive behavior is no longer cute - it’s dangerous. From time to time (and especially lately) I find myself screaming, ”WHAT ARE YOU THINKING,” to my television and computer, but she continues making poor decisions - often sartorial, mostly Chris Brownial.
Now that Brown’s appearance on her upcoming track has (nearly) been confirmed, I’m ready to kick her out of my life forever. Maybe she’ll leave Chris and end up living with our grandmother in Florida. Maybe she’ll get a job at the local hospital taking care of dying patients. She may even learn a thing or two about responsibility - or even start a business. I honestly wish her the best.
Even though she drives me absolutely bonkers, she’s my sister and we share a shoe size. My love and support will always remain because I carry her heart in my heart and oh my god this just turned into In Her Shoes.