Thursday, December 3, 2009

My Sister

As a thirteen year old, I think I wanted clothes and CDs for my birthday and maybe a book or two. My sister is such an airhead!

We're forcing her to read (Twilight...) My other sister and I  (we're the older two of the bunch) are going to buy her the books...instead of Jonas brothers blah blah.

Thirteen is such an awkward age.

I am sorry about my last post..



How is everyone counting down till Christmas? I should be sending my cards today :)

21 comments:

Mohammed J. said...

had my first kiss at thirteen :p
Make today special for sondos please?

Saskia said...

Thirteen year old girls might be difficult... but thirteen year old boys are even worse!!

I have 4 nephews all 13-15 years old and all IMPOSSIBLE to buy gifts for!!

xx

Belle said...

Hahaha an air head...awww...
well hopefully she will love the books!!! goodluck on the gift buying darling xxx

Athena. said...

Aww :)
It feels like I was thirteen so so long ago; another age, another era.
I'm not quite sure what suggestions to give.. In two years, I feel like such a different person, yet so familiar.
Good luck, Sara :)
She's so lucky to have you as a sister,
xxx

in company with sparkles said...

I think it's funny that Twilight is considered better than the Jonas brothers! (No offense but I don't like either ;) Best wishes to your sister! I hope you're doing well and at peace about things.
love,
Cait

Randi Lee said...

haha, I love that you're forcing her to read Twilight. It's what big sisters are for!!

PS. Don't worry about sticking to the schedule! I just hope your week is getting better! Mine has finally started to perk up a bit.

missy. said...

haha twilight wasn't a hard read for me. i loved it i won't lie. guess the love story of bella and edward made me a bit jealous? shhh don't tell anyone though.

Dawn said...

Thirteen was a strange age! When I was "that young," I was always so "depressed" and wrapped up in myself. It's so entertaining to go back and read my journals from then, just read about what was so "important" to me. ;) I will say, though, that when I was thirteen, I wanted video games and clothes. Quite contrasting, I know. But books were always a happy medium, too. :)

Nahla said...

oh god ! i love twilight <3
make sure she will read it :D

chicknamedhermia said...

I had giant hair when I was 13 ....very awkward.

Z! said...

Planting the seed to read puts U standing tall in my book.

And look! It's a brand new day!

xoxoxoxoxoZ!

Some Girl said...

Christmas is my favorite holiday. I don't even remember what I wanted when I was 13...

Bebe said...
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Sanchez said...

I did not (and still dont) like myself at thirteen.

It seems like eras ago.
Instead of almost a year.

=]

Nitin said...

yea thirteen is kinda weird for every one i guess. i hated twilight in a way. wasn't my type of book, and jonas brother aren't my type of stuff either.. :P.. but force reading??!!?!.. haha.. awsome :D..

Gracie said...

Thirteen is an awkward stage. It's usually when there are changes and you go through so many emotional times. I'm glad it's over....to a point...

مى said...

I hate Twilight. The movie. Don't know about the books but seriously, how overrated can something get?!

I love you, you make me smile without even realizing it. I wish I had a sister :(

Emmy said...

I don't think I realized how weird of an age 13 was until just recently...luckily I didn't notice the weird gawkiness then!

Selma said...

This reminds me of my Christmas cards. Thanks for reminding me. ;) At 13...I wasn't at all into books. Music was more my thing. But I'm sure even at that awkward stage she's going to love it. :D

Mika said...

I was all into music when I was 13 years old.
My x-mas cards are on my desk. Ready for sending.
Mika

makemoremistakes said...

Thirteen is an awkward age. I think I just wanted to fit in with everyone when I was 13...

Hope you are well, beautiful. I am counting down to christmas by counting down until I get to go to Germany and my boy (7 days!!!, and christmas markets, and I also am making thousands of paper stars to hang from the ceiling.

xoxo
Angela