Inspired by my ever so inspiring Jaimit Sir, I decided to start writing and make my own blog spot. Memories never fade away but they do dim out and once in a while need to be fine tuned.
Yash, my lil brother, is 1 of the most precious people in my life. The day he was born I held him in my arms all day and did not even let my own dad take him away from me. He was the cutest little thing the day he was born. Today however he is a complete spoilt brat for which I gladly take all credit. Today the FYJC forms were out. I asked him if he wanted me to accompany him to which he refused - "Relax I can manage on my own" .. Yeh right you can. But deep down I knew he is no longer the baby I always treat him as. He is a 16 year old boy who cannot wait to start his life in college. I hate the fact that he does not need me now. How can he not?.. I am his big sis after all.
When away from him I miss all the fights we have. I provoke him till he gets all mad at me. And then we fight. Its sheer pleasure fighting with him. It is not a fist fight but a battle of wits - who has the last word. There is no verbal abuse, no bad words. Just plain picking on each other till 1 of us drops our weapons. When I am away we talk a lot on the phone too, but because of time and cost constraint we never end up in a fight.
I take pride in the fact that he is just like me when it comes to our likes and dislikes. This makes us a great team when we want to go out together to see a movie or have dinner. My sister Dhwani however is the odd 1 out. I feel bad for her at times cos wen we go out - MAJORITY WINS!
Yash will soon get admission and start his college life. It will be a life changing experience for him. New friends, girlfriends (maybe -wish not lol), new habbits, new challeneges. All this may be a little intimidating for me as I have always been protective about him. However all I wish is he stays the same. I cannot imagine my life without this brat brother of mine. Its the people in your life that make life worth living.