Saturday, March 19, 2016

Say Thank you to your elder Sister for all these things

If the concept of having a guardian angel exists, your eldest sister would fit the role perfectly. All through your life, the oldest sibling of the house has patiently watched you grow and always had your back when you needed her the most. She’s like your best friend and mentor at the same time – and your life has largely been influenced by her. Give it up for the eldest sister, everyone! She deserves a pat on the back and a big thank you note for all the wonderful things she’s done for you. Here are 5 things you need to sincerely thank her for!

1. Thank you for always being a phone calls away…

The first person you call up when you’re in a major crisis is not your bestie or boyfriend; it’s your eldest sister. You know for a fact that she would leave whatever she’s doing and come to bail you out of trouble. When she’s around, you know that no harm can come your way. Such a rockstar she is!

2. Thank you for constantly motivating me!

She knows you’re no quitter. Even if you hit rock bottom, she’ll be there to help you rise from the ashes like a phoenix! Her precious advice and radiant guidance has helped you morph into the powerful and independent woman you are today.

3. Thank you for saving me from mom and dad’s scolding!

What you’re going through now, she’s already experienced before. No matter how ugly the truth is, she won’t let you bear the brunt of it. She knows what it’s like to be a rebellious teenager, because at one point of time, she was one too.

4. Thank you for letting me borrow your cute accessories

Don’t think she’s forgotten about that precious Bling Station statement necklace she loved so much! She knows it’s lying safely in your cupboard – but she chooses to not make a big deal out of it! She does so because you’re her sister, and if she doesn’t share it with you, who else will she share it with?

5. Thank you for keeping quiet about those dirty little secrets of mine

No matter how dark those secrets are, you know she’ll never pull out that “Mom, you know what?” card on you. On the contrary, she respects your privacy – and in fact, is rather ha  ppy that you opened up to her.

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