I was thirteen. And very alone. I had never quite gotten along with her.
The first eight years of her life she had had a rather cruel and rude elder
sister. But it came naturally to me.
From being roommates to phone buddies to perhaps now what she calls a
generation gap marred daughter-mother duo. But whatever it may be, I am
incomplete without her. She always tells me, “What would I do without
you?” and I only smile or often pass a sarcastic remark.
But the truth is what would I have ever done without her? She gave me a
purpose in life to carry on.

Leaving you with some of the madness we share. Of which now my husband is also an integral part (thank god for that!)

This post has been written for Write Tribe’s 100 words on a Saturday. The prompt this time was “My little sister.”

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And this time again, I am taking part in the thirty day writing challenge UBC. I have completed the challenge successfully twice before. Once in July and another time in October. Both these times I wrote a thirty-part running story and even released them as novellas. You can download them from The Other Side of Human love and The Unsent Life.  You can read the ongoing story on blog starting from here.

This year I will be contributed all my earnings from blog for nanhi kali. An organization supporting the cause of girl child education. You can read more here. You can also help contribute by making your amazon and flipkart purchases through the widgets on the right sidebar. 

Every successful purchase you make through this, I get a commission and I will donate that sum to the organisation.

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