Monday, December 05, 2005

Me-Me #11 -- More About My Sister

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11. She's always been a size 3.

Last week's Me-Me was about my sister, as is this week's. I guess my sister hasn't ALWAYS been a size 3. That's a bit of an overexaggeration. When she was born, she was a size 0-3 months. Bitch.

As I mentioned, my sister and I share the same mother but different fathers. I share my mother's DNA and propensity for obesity. My sister shares her DNA with Kate Moss.

Yeah, it's sort of like that.

Well, maybe more like this:

Growing up, she was always the cute little girl with the long, curly, strawberry-blonde hair, wearing little dresses and patent leather maryjanes. Beside her, I looked like an elephant in my bluejeans, t-shirt, and untied sneakers... my pageboy brown hair unsuccessfully restrained with barrettes.

"Oh, she's your sister? You don't look anything like her!"

I've heard that for as long as I can remember. Funny, but as we've grown closer these last few years, she admits that she hated hearing that comment as much as I did. For me, it was translated to "But you're so fat and she's so thin." For her it translated to "You were adopted."

I saw my sister last week and was amazed at how small she still is! She's popped out two pups but she can still tuck in her little sweater... tucks it right into her little jeans AND puts a belt around her little waist. And yes, she's still a size 3. Unless of course, she's now a size 1. Bitch.

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