Wednesday, May 5, 2010

My Brothers
















Meet my brothers. Hunter(with the curly hair) is 13, and in 7th grade. Taylor's 9 and in 3rd grade. These guys are AWESOME!!!! I love my brothers soooo much. Anyone who's known me for longer than a couple days knows that from how much i talk about them. It's one of those things I just can't help. We have so much fun together and if someone were to ask me who i'm the most comfortable around, with out hesitation I would say my brothers. I've always been one to relate more with guys than with girls, and i credit that partly to my brothers. I join in on their immature little jokes and they don't judge me or expect me to be a certain way. It makes me really happy to think about how close we are. We have sooooo many inside jokes (most of them involving Pirates of the Carribean) and we all laugh at the same things that no one else understands. Today I had to write a final in English about acceptance and it hit me how easy it is to take that for granted. It's sooo easy for me to hang out with them and be...just plain stupid, because i know they won't ever stop loving me or judge me or look down on me (and not only because i'm taller!) I think they appreciate it that I hang out at their level rather than assuming I'm too good for them cuz i'm older. But honestly, I think i appreciate it more because (shhh don't tell) it's my level too! :) And with these guys around I can be as immature as I want and not have to worry bout what they think.
But it's not just the goofing off that I enjoy. I love knowing that they look up to me. And even when we're goofing around I know that I can still set an example that they'll follow. It's an awesome responsibility. Dangerous, maybe, but awesome. We all know I'm not percfect, and I love being able to go before them and give them advice and let them learn from my mistakes. I know they will have to learn some things the hard way, but I'm also greatful that through everything they may have to deal with I can be there for them and possibly be the one they lean on for strength to get them through it.
These boys are my favorite boys in the world and although I'd say differently if someone asked, they are my best friends and I love them dearly :)

7 comments:

DC Curry said...

Great Post!!!

Dawn Nicole said...

Megan--what an awesome post. (You're very insightful, too)

I can only imagine what plans God has in store for you :)

Anonymous said...

Wow, love your perspective!

Mammaw

Sarah Koutz said...

You are such a great sister Megan! Love ya!!!!

mannerofspeaking.org said...

Megan, this is a beautiful post. It will be my great pleasure to send it out on Twitter for others to read. You are wise beyond your years and clearly understand what is important in life.

All the best!

John Zimmer

Sampy said...

I love how true that is and how much you love your brothers. But there was one part that I thought was a little of a discrepancy. I think your last sentence should say, one of your best friends, not just best friends. I think it would be more fitting. Just saying. :) I love watching you interact with those crazy boys. It's so awesome how you guys act together.

Megan Stevens said...

thanks all!!! and sampy... i meant it just the way i said it :)