You’re One in a mil­lion!

This week we’re send­ing a lovely bunch to Kym Sin­clair, 31, from South Elm­sall. Her sis­ter Aimee, 24, wrote to say..…

Pick Me Up! - - CONTENTS -

Grow­ing up, when­ever I vis­ited my big sis­ter Kym, we’d fight like cat and dog. ‘Stop nick­ing my make-up!’ she’d screech when her fave lippy was miss­ing. ‘And what have you done with my jeans?’

Me, pinch­ing my sis­ter’s stuff? Guilty as charged!

But it’s only be­cause I thought she was so cool. When we weren’t ar­gu­ing, Kym was the best sis­ter ever.

She made me laugh like mad, and when the go­ing was rough, she was al­ways there to sup­port me.

And as a teen, I’d re­ally needed that.

Let’s just say I had a tough time. I ended up home­less at 16. Af­ter that, I bounced be­tween foster homes for a while.

Kym and I stayed in touch and she helped me ap­ply for my own home at 20.

‘I don’t know what I’d do with­out you,’ I told her.

I still feel the same way. When­ever I’ve needed her, she’s been there.

Kym re­ally is my rock. Well, now it’s my turn to give some­thing back.

Sis, I love you with all my heart. Thank you for ev­ery­thing.

Kym’s al­ways been there for me

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