Dear Little Sister,
(You know who you are. And I’ll have to send you the link to this post, because I know you won’t see it otherwise!). Last week I read a book that was hard to read. Not, like, technically difficult, but challenging. It didn’t make me cry then, but it might now. It was a book about cancer, and the chaos that comes after it. A book about hope that comes from Jesus and not from career, family, finances, friends, or health. But it was especially a book about sisters. The way we try to do the right thing, but hurt each other anyways. The way we should be closer than best friends, but we still just don’t understand each other sometimes. And how Jesus changes who we are as sisters, too. And now I’ve got some things I want to say to you, little sister.
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Not fair, you made me cry in Frasier Farms. <3
Want to come over for dinner tonight? I'll make sure the chicken doesn't get all dried out. 😉
I might have had to mop up some tears in Starbucks too. And I couldn’t go home because I was waiting for my car! Love you!
This series sounds really good. I’m thankful for the relationship I have with my sisters, and wish they were closer to me!
Debbie P says
This book sounds like a really great read.
Marisela Zuniga says
This sounds like a great book, the cover is very pretty