I wish I was my sister

My sister jets off to Lansarote on Saturday morning, I wish I was her.

I’d love to be going on holiday somewhere abroad. I havent been abroad since 2013, the last time I went to america to visit my partner Jess was in 2013.

I’d love nothing more than to be going to a sun spot somewhere warm, sunny and where there is a pool.

I feel envious of my sister. My mom has promised to take me places while my sister is gone on her holidays. We’ll stay local, but hopefully the weather will cooperate and we’ll go to the beach and some other places where we can sight see, take pictures etc.

I’m excited to do that. I always love taking photos even though I cant actually see them.

I’m planning on making my own fun. I can have fun too even if I am not doing it from somewhere abroad.

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Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

15 thoughts on “I wish I was my sister”

  1. I’ve never been outside the US. I’m a little leary of doing so, I’ve read that Americans are pretty much disliked and even hated by a lot of people. I get why of course. Still, I’d like to see England, Scotland, Ireland, and Germany, where all my known ancestors lived.

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  2. Sounds to me like it’s time for you to start planning a trip. Start saving a little bit each month and if you need to find a way to make some extra income to put toward it. Having a goal like that could be very motivating (even it a takes a few years to make it happen). I also hope the you can replace that envy with being happy for your sister and wish her a great trip.

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  3. You know what? There are lots of things in our town that I’ve never taken the trouble to go see. It might be a good idea to pretend I’m a tourist on vacation right here locally. Maybe you could do that where you are, too. ๐Ÿ™‚

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