My sister is getting married today, I was up at the asscrack of dawn for orientation, My little sister was rushed to ER early this morning, and my blind aunt is also at the hospital. Such a busy friday.
But I’m bored, hmu on kik? tanatoonz
Dare to Wonder
Interviewer: Did you worry about your sister?
Sara: I think early in life I took it on that, “Okay, Tegan’s a spazz and I probably need to carry her through life.” I think that really bothers her, so I try to keep in mind that she’s a functioning adult who’s managed to get through life without me by her side all the time.
I know when we first got off the road and she got out of the relationship, she was pretty manic, going from happy to depressed. I went to Vancouver and she looked different to me. Like, she was wearing different clothes. I showed up at her house really late and she hadn’t prepared at all. There was a mattress downstairs I had to carry up, and I was sleeping in this storage closet with dirty instrument cases in it. I just remember being totally overwhelmed by this swelling anxiety because, beside the fact that I was completely displaced and uncomfortable, I was like, “What is going on? Is she doing crack?!” I had to realize, “This is her life and she has to figure it out for herself. I can’t move in and take care of her.” I remember when I got back I told our mom how worried I was about Tegan and she said, “What, you don’t think she was worried about you when you ran off to Montreal and didn’t call anybody?” I was like, “Oh yeah… right.”
Seriously, what the police are doing is not “bad”, it’s illegal.
There is a reason why people are raging mad at this situation, and it’s because it’s a blatant violation of basic human rights.
If you don’t understand that, then you are part of the problem.