Sibling rivalry. Why is it still happening when you are supposed “grown-ups”? My sister is making me crazy. Well, crazi-er.
If you’ve read my blog for awhile, you know I have a weight problem. Yeah. I try not to make my blog about that, but it comes up. I mean, unfortunately, it’s a big part of my life. A “big” part… get it? Hahaha… okay, it’s late. Gimme a break.
I have a sister who is a couple years older than me. (I had another sister, a younger one… she passed away a few years back. I miss her soooo bad.) So this is probably wrong, but one thing I miss about her is that she was there to complain to about my other sister. If that makes sense. Well, my “big” sister is driving me nuts. Part of the problem is that we live in the same town and go to the same church, so we have sort of the same circle of friends. This is not a good thing. I really, really need a new group.
Anyway, a few months back, a couple friends of mine (of ours) started a sort of “weight loss Bible study”. Most of us in this group have a weight problem… except my sister. Who is skinny. Seriously – I think she wears a size 2. She’s sick. Or makes me sick… Anyway… I really don’t know why she is in this study, except that she probably doesn’t want me to be getting closer to these friends than she is. I wish I was making this up! I mean, I don’t think she consciously thinks of this stuff, but she simply has to be involved in everything. It’s ridiculous. Every week it gets worse… that is, I get crankier and crankier with the stuff she says and just the fact of her being there… in my weight loss group. In her size 2 pants. And being cranky is what a Bible study is all about, right? So then I have to feel guilty about my attitude…
This week she decided to show us how to make her kind of food… she is on this “all raw” “vegan” diet… yeah. Whatever. Poor thing just has such a food problem, yeah?!
I just want to figure out how to get through a day without eating a dozen cookies or a pint of Ben and Jerrys.
She does NOT get it. And I can’t figure out how to explain it to her.