I’ve always been a bit of a tomboy.
In high school, I loved Star Wars and I loved the Harry Potter books.
I loved my sister Veronica.
She’s always been the girl that is always saying “You need to do this!”
When I was growing up, I always thought of her as my sister, because she’s a really great, funny, sweet girl.
I’m always looking for people that will give me that laugh, and I have her.
Veronica was one of my favorite things when I was a little girl growing up.
She was so cool and had a great sense of humor.
When I moved to Los Angeles, I found her on the block in a bar called the Bodega and she was like, “Yo, I need to go see my uncle!”
She was like 14.
She knew that I was coming to town for the first time.
She didn’t know I was in town until I showed up in a white T-shirt and my mom was like “You know, you look great!”
So I was like: “Oh, thank you!
I’m glad you’re here.”
When I first started dating her, I had this really intense, emotional relationship with her.
I knew she was in love with me.
We dated for like a year.
I had to leave her apartment because she was going to be late with me to go pick up the kids from the movie.
She just went to the bathroom, went to get a beer, and left.
She had to stay there the entire night.
I was so excited because I was going out with a girl.
She came home and said, “Mom, I’m sorry.”
I was very emotional and I didn’t want to let her down, so I just said, ‘No problem, let’s get outta here!’
I had a really bad night, and it was my first night, so it was hard to go home because I didn ‘t want to ruin my night.
So I got home and I was just thinking about how bad my night was, and she comes in, she looks like a big, tall girl, and says, “Hey, I just want to tell you something.”
I started crying.
I started telling her how my mom had passed away.
She started crying and telling me, “I’m so sorry, I was really excited when I met you.
I just wanted to tell your mom that I loved you so much and that you were my little sister.”
So that’s how it was.
It was just a really intense relationship and I’ve never gotten over it.
I don’t want her to be in the same position as me.
Veronica’s the first lady of my family, and if I didn’ t get that from her, my whole family wouldn’t be here.