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More Than Sisters

On Saturday, I found the following in the mail…

It was a “just because” gift from Super Sis.

Since school has started, we’ve taken to calling or texting each other on Mondays…just to see how our week has started off.

She teaches preschool (God bless her), so we have a lot of fun talking about our days.

We’ve found interesting similarities in our work.

Although our pupils are many years apart, we still find ourselves teaching them social skills.

Although my academic curriculum is a bit more advanced than hers, we’ve found that we both struggle in the same areas…the best way to set up activities…timing…etc.

We also marvel over our students’ personalities and how even one strong-willed (usually a leader, to boot) child sets up the temperature for the rest of the class.

People often bemoan the fact that they are getting older.

Super Sis and I embrace it, however, because it’s only through our aging that we’ve become especially close.

Parenting, marriage (to brothers, none-the less), and work have bound us together so that we’re more than just sisters.

We truly are friends of the closest kind.

I love you, Super Sis, and am blessed that God made us part of the same family.

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One Response

  1. That is so sweet! 🙂

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