Yes every daughter is a princess but believe you me without the crown I take the biscuit, (double chocolate Oreo please) I am the result of a child who has never had her father say No (not ever not once)
Side note: this does not mean I act like a completely horrid screaming super sweet 16 year old who cannot be polite even if a crocodile slapped her in the face. I am actually very well behaved with my parents and if I dare disrespect them then I would be disowned faster than Kim Kardashian’s marriage.
So here are a few examples on why I am the princess in my family:
A) I was around 6 years old and woke up Christmas morning to find no presents (parents forgot) although I am still not sure how they forgot seeing as my mum loves Christmas more than Santa does and it’s my dad’s birthday on Christmas day. Anyway to the point I cried and said “why did Santa not get me anything I’ve been a good girl” to which my father responds “come one lets go” takes a teary me to toysrus and says get what you want, needless to say I bought most of the store, twas the best Christmas ever ( Im not materialistic I promise)
B) I was the kid that was dropped and picked up from school and college every day because my legs did not want to walk
C) My amazing brother and my parents did and still do everything for me to the extent I can text them at 3am for my hot water bottle and it would get done
Those are just a few examples and I will be really honest I did take it for granted until about 10 years ago and a lot of things happened in my family which made me realise how lucky I am to have the family I do.
My mother is my best friend who I can talk to about anything and everything and yes that really means everything but she is also the one I can count on for comfort and care in any mood I’m in. She is the Loralai to my Rory although I think personality wise it would be the other way round. Did I mention she makes the best Dhoklas ever!
My dad well basically my hero, our father daughter dates for champagne and oysters and dim sum we share a love and passion for the same interests and if I need anything I can always rely on him. This is also where my love of champagne comes in!
My younger brother what can I say except I don’t think any sister can be as lucky as me to have a brother that puts me before him but I will say that he will always come before me in my eyes.
All in all I have learned so much from these 3 pillars that they have helped me stand up and be the strong finally independent woman I am, each tool they gave me I use in everyday life and now I take care of them and will continue to give them everything they gave to me.
A bit of an emotional one but still to all you ungrateful brats out there yes it’s good to be spoiled just don’t ever take it for granted because when your thrown in to reality it will make you realise that you should appreciate these people and each moment with them.
Final note: Basically, I freak out at beddy-bye. About an hour after I fall asleep, I wake up in panic. Everything around me seems threatening, scary, out to get me. Two nights ago, I was suddenly gripped with the overwhelming feeling that there was an assassin in my house