Friday, April 1, 2011


I have no living sister in this world, Gail was gone before I had the honour of meeting her.
I do know she had red hair, which makes a blonde brother, a red head and me a brunette, very colourful and all unique people
I have found some wonderful unique friends and know that Gail is watching us and is contributing always

 I treasure my on line sisters every day.
Just like these, we still rehearse but we get there in the end!
 Enjoy the song and know I am singing it with you including the lalalalal la

These sisters are always there for the fun, frivolity, support,  caring and anything else that is needed whenever it is needed.
They come from far across our lovely country and time makes someone available always

 I can read their blogs and Facebook pages and keep up with their shenanigans, medical issues and miracles, gripes about anything that happens in their days and most of all the good times and the joy.
It has become a place to share all, no judgments passed, just the joy of unique people being people and living their lives

We share photos, stories, humour, love, laughter and tragedy
I wish them all the luck, joy and miracles in their worlds.

A sister is a gift to the heart, a friend to the spirit, a golden thread to the meaning of life.
-- Isadora James

An older sister is a friend and defender - a listener, conspirator, a counselor and a sharer of delights. And sorrows too.
-- Pam Brown

I smile because you are my sister, I laugh because there is nothing you can do about it!
-- Author Unknown

Sisters are different flowers from the same garden.
-- Author Unknown


nbeltane said...

beautiful post.

Linda said...

What a lovely post - I didn't ever have a sister (or brother for that matter) and know how important sharing the ups and downs of family life with this group of women has become to me.

I rejoice in the antics of their pets/the births of children around them/share recipes with them/exchange photographs and the things I read etc. It is like having a very large family. We come in all shapes and sizes and ages and yet we have become "family" without judgement and with affection.

Thank you Lynne for reminding me that sharing with them is indeed a "Happy Day"

The older I get the more I value my women friends and "sisters".

Love and hugs,

Anonymous said...

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Linda said...

This is just as lovely the second time around.

Thank you for sharing it with "The sisterhood."

Love and hugs,