Nine Things I Learned from My Sister

By Laura King Edwards

Some days, it’s hard for me to believe that almost 10 years have passed since Taylor’s diagnosis. More often than not, though, I struggle to remember a world unmarred by Batten disease. But my little sister is a tough cookie, and she’s still fighting the monster. Along the way, she’s redefined “possible” and taught me a lot of what I know about the world.

Here are nine lessons I’ve learned from the sister I didn’t know I needed. 

  1. How to have style.
  2. Taylor with styleHow to turn even pumpkin painting into a dance party.pumpkin painting
  3. How to seek adventure.jet skiing
  4. How to hug.wedding hug
  5. How to help others.playing piano
  6. How to see the world in a new way.feeling the T-rex toe
  7. How to be joyful. ferris wheel
  8. How to be brave.after surgery
  9. How to love.laughing together
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4 Comments On “Nine Things I Learned from My Sister

  1. Debbie @ Deb Runs Reply

    Taylor has taught you many beautiful lessons!

    1. Member Laura King Edwards Reply

      Taylor is brave and wise!

  2. Dawn Reply

    Beautiful

    1. Member Laura King Edwards Reply

      Thank you, Dawn!

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