Sibling love

Hyderabad, India
August 15, 2015 12:09am CST
So the much awaited wait came to an end today... My brother is here woo-hoo. He has come to Hyderabad for a two day visit. Less time but it's okay, as long as he's here. I have grown up bullying him and being bullied by him, fighting and annoying each other but as we grew up, we've become the thickest of friends. He's brought all my favorite chocolates and bakery stuff and I have made all his favourite dishes. There is lots of movies to watch and lots of chatting to do. Haha missed him so much. Isn't it a joy to have your brother or sister come to visit you?
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@Mavic123456 (9704)
• Thailand
15 Aug 15
yeah right! hahaha just kidding about the expression. I was forced no the right term was encouraged to have my own place/apartment because my sisters are coming to visit me. so I need to prepare for their coming and what they are going to bring for me. whooo hooot. seriously, we are very close siblings.
• Hyderabad, India
16 Aug 15
It is so exciting to see what they are going to get for you. Where are they coming from?
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• Thailand
16 Aug 15
@Sherlymbejoy they will be coming from the Philippines and I am inviting also one from Australia.. yes it is fun.. thinking that when we were kids we fought a lot.. as in headaches to our parents, now that we have grown up and have our own separate lives and family we are really that close and helping each other out.
• Hyderabad, India
16 Aug 15
@Mavic123456 yes absolutely. now we have evolved as friends. siblings are the first people who know ur true colours haha * evil grin*
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@allknowing (63074)
• India
16 Aug 15
I have had an overfeed of those moments in days gone by But sadly we have now all drifted each with their own occupations. Can't blame anyone. We are scattered all over. I cling on to those glorious moments we spent together
• Hyderabad, India
17 Aug 15
Oh is it? Don't u guys talk?
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@allknowing (63074)
• India
17 Aug 15
@Sherlymbejoy Looking at the present situation what made us talk then does not exist any more. Those days we needed each other and that meant a lot of talking.
• Hyderabad, India
17 Aug 15
@allknowing Oh why do say that ?
@writerjo (1320)
• India
15 Aug 15
@Sherlymbejoy Definitely it will be a nice moment and joy .. But I have recently not met this type of experiences .. As I am the eldest and have 2 brothers and 3 sisters .. We all are united before marriage . After marriage , they are busy with family commitments .. My situation is also in the same condition .. The Unity remains , we speak through phone and meet if any event comes .. That that Family .. That that life ...
• Hyderabad, India
16 Aug 15
I'm the oldest too.. yea I agree marriage brings its own responsibilities. but its good to stay in touch always. My cousins are away too so we chat through skype and facetime every week. When we were in Delhi, we would meet up every week and go out .. I miss that. thanks to video calling that I get to see them atleast :)
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@writerjo (1320)
• India
16 Aug 15
@Sherlymbejoy It would be a good and nice enjoyment .. Recalling the childhood events , memories is a beautiful thing .. Now a days .. facetime , skype make it somewhat easier ...
• Hyderabad, India
17 Aug 15
@writerjo Yes it does. Such a life saver.
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