For years it was just Isaac and I. Yes we used to fight, however I remember way more childhood memories of us making forts under the kitchen table on rainy Florida days. We used to read different Dr. Seuss books and record them on cassette tapes. I still have those tapes and they are one of my most treasured possessions. I do remember as we grew older he disliked me so very much. There were several years where we didn't talk. Always such a sadness, an emptiness in my heart during those years. Although Isaac and I are total opposites, I have always respected him so very much for who he is and how hard he is working to become the best person he can be.
Three years ago, on the very day I delivered my sweet little Zoe (Isaac and Zoe share the same birthday) Isaac called me to let me know he hoped things were going well. After two years of no communication, I was ecstatic. It was one of those moments that still warms my heart. Because despite all the bumps along the way Isaac is my very favoritest brother (my only brother).
A few interesting facts about my brother. He is taller than me (all my siblings are). He is an excellent chess player. He is an excellent writer. Wants to travel the world. Is super duper intelligent (I can't understand a lot of the more complex issues he talks about, I still like to listen though). He just dropped out of graduate school to become an electrician. My most favorite fact about my bro is that we have the same sense of humor. So Isaac, I miss you so much. Oh and by the way, I am working on getting a copy of What's up Doc. We hope to see you soon. It's been much to long. Love you Isaac.