As far as I’m concerned, being the first born male is a
hard role to play in any family. Now imagine having to play that position next
to a young lady almost two years your junior and twice as cute.
Oh the pressure!
Introducing… Sandiswa Yolanda Sokutu, my little sister.
I know this should be a baby picture considering i said “cute”, in this photo she was already a young lady… and beautiful.
see what I mean…?
This was the evening of her matric dance. She was so happy. And you should have seen her in that dress…
she looked stunning.
I’m so glad that her day turned out great; my matric dance
turned out to be one of the longest nights of my life! …but we will get to that
I call her biscuit, for no particular reason; however, I
think I may have been eating one at the time, or thinking about eating one,
I’m told that as a littler me I used to call her nomaSansandi wam (as in she was mine and she was little and precious… and mine)
and wouldn’t even let our parents hold her on occasions. Like, when it was time
for either of them to take her for a nappy change or something, I would hold
her tighter, pull away from my parent saying “yeka oNomaSanSandi wam!” which
loosely translated means “leave my little precious Sandi alone”.
It wasn’t all sunshine and roses though. i grew up, i became selfish…
[we’ll get into it]
We’ve come a long way though. She is a young woman now, with
boobs and things. Weird I know; but I love every minute I get to watch her grow
I must admit though, she has weird taste in men. As in if
you were to even for a second, imagine what type of guy she would be dating at
this present moment, just from this very picture… YOU WOULD BE WRONG!!
But hey, it’s not for me to say what type of guy should tickle
her fancy. I’m just here to respectfully watch them come and go until the day I
meet my brother in law.
I love you nomaSanSandi. You really is the best, my one and
Her name is Sandiswa Yolanda Anikwa Sokutu (not on her birth certificate), and i’m her big brother.
– Call Me Dizzle