Thursday, January 27, 2011

Spending Time With My Sister

I have to say thank you to Guinn and Bare It. She helped me with my entire list of things that I wanted. They were all really simple too so I feel kinda stupid for even needing to ask for help with them. Haha!

The other night I went to my little sisters basketball game. It is her senior year of high school and I had yet to see her play so I decided I should probably go. She has been playing basketball for as long as I can remember, so you can imagine that she is really, really good. Well it ended up being a great night to go because a lot of people that I care a lot about were there that night and I got to catch up with them. One of them was my high school cheer coach. She is one of the coolest people I know. She has taught me so much and has always been there for me even after I went to College. She is the reason that I know want to become a cheerleading coach myself. I guess that is one benefit of going to a small school because the coaches and teachers really care about the students and take the time to get to know you. Another person I saw that night was my history/spanish/geography/civics/track coach. Haha! Like I said, it was a small school! This particular teacher has always been such a wonderful and caring person towards my entire family. I am glad that my family has had the opportunity to have this teacher because he has always been a great person to seek advice from and  someone who would just listen when you needed someone too. So thank you two these two individuals. You have really made a huge impact in my life.

Unfortunately my sisters team did but lose, but I did get to see my sister for a little bit after her game which was kind of nice. The only downside to this was that she smelled horribly! Haha! I had to tell her to put some deodorant on because she smelled so bad after her game. Love you sis! Haha! Spending time with my little sister like this really has made me realize how much I am going to miss her next year when she goes to College. I can't believe how much she has grown up and how close we have become just in the last four and a half years. The funny thing is that we didn't even really become close until I left for College myself. We actually hated each other growing up. A lot of that had to do with the age gap between us. We are six years apart so we were never at the same maturity level. I know she isn't reading this because she never has time to get on computers, but I just want her to know that I love her very much and I am very proud of her for everything that she has been able to accomplish. I love you so much sis and I am very excited for the new adventure that you will be embarking on coming this fall.

Me and my little sister, Rachelle


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