My brothers. I'm so lucky that I get to call you both my family. I can never not say that. You both see me on different spectrums. For Braeden, i'm the older one setting the example. For Jamie, he sees me as the brother who has always been made for so much more than where he was placed. I just want to point out - Both of you jumped when the bad things happened to me, stayed by my side as I got hit hard with Glaucoma, took care of me in different ways, defended and stood by my side, through every hard time, showed up within the 24 hours that I got hit by the car and almost died. That says a lot about both of you. You never left me, when most would. We have our inside jokes about people and things that we don't care for. We have so many special memories, from rooftop nights to star wars premieres, and every little quiet moment in between. We have so much love that goes beyond most relationships within a family. Growing up I always wanted brothers. Brothers look out for each other and they have bonds stronger than most friends do. Dover gave me Jamie. Since we first met in the locker room, it was evident that he would be apart of my life, long after PE was over. God did good when he gave my nina, Braeden. I ended up with a first cousin, a god brother, and as we got older, a best friend, and just straight up my brother. I tell both of you, everything. Sometimes you just listen, sometimes you speak, but all of the time, you already know I find a way to get the answers myself. Still, you listen, and you're there. You've always been there, and I know you always will be. My greatest hope is that I make you proud. One of my biggest fears is that you see less in me, because you've always seen the most in me. Disappointing you, would mean disappointing myself. I won't let that happen. Thank you both for physically guiding me to the finish line of this story, and picking me up and reminding me that i'm a human, still learning to live. But most of all, thank you for accepting me as I am, and as your brother. I can't wait for our more evolved versions of ourselves to make more special memories, beyond anything we could imagine. I love you always, my brothers.