Sisters Sisters: First Day

   My sister started a YouTube channel not long ago, Raindrops and Reveries. Here is a quote from her bio that tells you about the channel and her; “I am a late 20’s academic who also happens to be an EXTROVERT. I am an avid YouTube watcher and decided to become even more involved in this community! Stick around if you like product reviews, “lifestyle” videos — whatever that means — and of course, brainy rants. Let’s make this a positive space where we can just hide out on those rainy or dreamt days . . . let’s chat!”
   She is an awesome person who is fun and intelligent! Definitely go check her channel out. She currently only have two videos up (she started doing this a week, or so, ago)
   All of this being said….she started a series called Sisters Sisters, which is a type of inside joke her and I have. Considering this, I decided to join her on the series. She will post a video on YouTube and I will write something here. The main point of this Sisters Sisters series is that we are, in essence, writing letters to each other that we are allowing you to be a part of. We will talk about random things that remind us of our sister and/or wish we could have experienced together. I think this is going to be an awesome series and I hope you are looking forward to it as much as I am!

   For the start of this series, JJ, my sister, talked about The Visit, a movies that recently came out. Watch her video here.
   Dear JJ,
I am so glad that you liked the movie! I can’t wait to see it! It’s good to get scared sometimes, even though you don’t like the feeling. It puts life into a perspective you might not have viewed it in, before.
   I am deeply saddened by the fact that you were not here for my first day of college classes. I so wish you could have cheered me on, not from miles away, but from my own home. You have inspired me so much and I wouldn’t be doing this if it weren’t for you!
   My first day was good. Nothing eventful happened. (Which is often a good thing) My professors all seemed nice and willing to help with anything I needed. I didn’t get lost (hallelujah) and I didn’t walk into the wrong class (praise Jesus). I think it’s going to be a challenging, frustrating, inspiring, amazing, intellectual, crazy, fun quarter. I so wish you were here to experience it with me!
   With much love, your sister,



Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s