1. You are free to focus on, serve, and help your sister without neglecting a husband and kids.
2. You can learn lots about wedding planning, so that you can do it well when your turn comes. (For example, create a bridal emergency kit to take to the wedding!)
3. You get to develop your style more and figure out what bridal gowns you love, while encouraging and helping your sister.
4. You are not the one all stressed out!
5. You get to throw a personal, relaxing bachelorette party. (I had fun sewing her a bridal vail for her to wear!)
6. You get to pray for your sister, and give a thoughtful, maybe tearful toast at the wedding.
7. You get to be proud of your sister for figuring out this dating thing, getting engaged, and now get to send her off into wedded bliss.
So this season has taught me a lot. I’m so thankful I’ve gotten closer to my sister through it, and I get to continue enjoying single life, dating, and creating a home to share with family and friends.
My sister’s time came; I have hope that my time will come too. So one last advantage is that you have some wonderful adventures ahead of you!