Drum Roll Please

On this day in 1972 a young mom gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. The true nature of this little girl was reveled just two short years later when the young mom came home with yet another baby and the oldest girl held the baby in her arms and said, “My baby.” For almost 37 years now I have been my older sisters baby – which isn’t to say we didn’t hit a rough spot or two in the teen years but she has always, and will always be one of my very closest and best friends. We’ve helped each other through some epic good times (Don’t be obvious) and some very bad.  We’ve grown together, laughed together, cried together and most importantly learned how to love through this bond called sisterhood. I love very, very much Jonii and I thank God each and every day that he blessed me with a sister as wonderful as you.

 

Happy Birthday lady!!!! Celebrate your day 🙂

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