My Brother: By TS
https://www.baileyjamescountry.com/dissertation-of-the-year/As a child I grew up with my younger brother having Lowe’s Syndrome. He was in a wheelchair for half of his lifetime and was able to learn how to walk. He loved to sing his favorite song: the peanut butter and jelly song that his school had taught him. He was very popular at his school and loved it until a few years before he passed away. My brother needed to be taken care of partially since he was able to everything on his own besides use the bathroom, bathe, and change his own clothes. My brother fought until the end and his death was not something we expected to happen at that time. My brother touched not only my life but he touched a lot of other people’s lives as well. His disability was rare, but I viewed him as normal and the best thing was that he was my little brother. I know that he is looking down on me smiling and probably singing his favorite song, Peanut Butter and Jelly!