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They treasured my elder sister in a way that made her a fairy princess, despite growing up in a modest family like ours By Nhamo Muchagumisa I knew my parents despised me. I needed not to tell them that I knew it because they made it a point that I had no doubt about it. On the other hand they treasured my elder sister in a way that made her a fairy princess, despite growing up in a modest family like ours. Maybe it was because of the darling that our parents made out of her that her walk to success was smooth and free of hurdles. While she was completing her first degree in nursing science I had started growing big with my uncle's baby. Uncle Garisai was husband to my paternal aunt and in our culture such an uncle is considered a brother-in-law. An intimate relationship with such a man is not considered an abomination in our culture, but is considered a shame if it is not formalised.