When I think of someone who has influenced my life the most only one person comes to mind. He’s someone who has always been there for me and understands how I feel. That person is my brother Jeremy.
Jeremy is my twin brother and we’ve been pretty much inseparable since birth. We’re not identical, but usually only our close friends can tell us apart. To describe my brother I’d say he is short and slender. He stands at 5’7” and weighs 150 pounds. He has a very light complexion and has an average body style. Usually you will find him smiling and can notice his freckled cheeks and pudgy face almost looking like a squirrel. His reddish blonde hair hangs just past his ears and barely covers up his mellow, blue eyes.
My brother has a very laidback personality. He’s easy going and is always in a good mood. He hates to argue or cause conflicts. Jeremy is shy and doesn’t talk too often, but when you meet him you can tell he gets along with everyone. He’s usually the one in our group of friends that solves differences between one another. He likes to give out advice and state his opinion on every subject.
I would say that Jeremy and I had a very fun and exciting childhood. We had the same friends growing up and have some great memories. I will always remember playing catch in the backyard or going down the street and taking a dip in the town’s swimming pool. One activity that we both loved doing was riding our bikes all around town causing mischief. I will never forget when me and my brother first learned to ride a bike. We were eight years old and so excited to finally ride on two wheels. I didn’t get the hang of it right away, but Jeremy caught on pretty quick and was riding circles around me. After a while I was ready to give up and forget about learning to ride a bike, but then Jeremy offered to show me how to do it. He taught and taught and then eventually I learned to do it on my own. Without him I’d be clueless on how to ride a bike.
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