But not your sister. Or maybe you don't always see eye to eye, or get along as well as you might
October 18, at 6: Thank you for leading by example and letting me follow you and your older, cooler friends around like a puppy. As for all the times you kicked me out, well, I was the obnoxious younger sister.
Thank you for all the late-night talks, movies, study sessions and phone calls to help me keep my sanity. Thank you for understanding my moods that fluctuate more than, well, anything.
You always understood when I just needed to flop down on your bed and have a good cry, and would be there to listen to whatever small drama was plaguing me after my store of tears was out. Thank you for driving my extremely unappreciative adolescent self and my equally unappreciative friends everywhere and not noticeably rolling your eyes when all we wanted to listen to was Top Thank you for letting me practice driving your car all over creation when I needed to get my practice hours in—and not yelling at me too much when I hit that pole.
As for all the late night drives we went on, whether it was in search of ice cream, food or just to drive—well, thanks for teaching me all the words to Rebel Girl and showing me better music than the bubblegum garbage or whatever it was you called it that I listened to.
Thank you for picking me up after my first date with the boy of my dreams, letting me giggle about him for the entire ride back and listening to every tiny detail of the evening.
Thank you for sticking by my side through all those family events; all the weddings, dinners, brunches, trips, Thanksgivings, Christmases and vacations— you know, the ones where we were too young to drink and too old to be at the kids table.
Together, we drew more monsters than I can count; made up more stories than I can recall; and gossiped about more people than I can remember. And thank you for sometimes coming to my defense when I said something stupid at these events and not laughing at me too loudly all the times I did.
Thank you for being you, sissy.
Thank you for being my best friend for life.Thank you for standing by my side on my wedding day and calming my nerves and shaking knees! Thank you for agreeing to be my maid of honor. I am truly grateful that you took the job on because I don’t know what I would have done without your endless love and support.
You helped me every step of the way. You calmed my nerves before I left for church and gave me encouragement throughout the service. Eve, my sister The one who took the fall Eve, my sister Mother of us all Lift up your head Don’t hide your blushing face The promised One Is finally on His way —Mary Consoles Eve, “Rain for Roots” You have been my first companion in a lifetime of laughter, quarrels, and confidences.
A Letter To My Sister By Christiana N. Peterson. You know that’s a thank-you note, and in the words of an etiquette expert I interviewed once, the note should be written before you open, eat, play with, look at, listen to or in any way enjoy the gift. Taking the time to hand write a note—especially a thank you—is such a wonderful gesture.
It can be the bright spot in someone’s day, and it says a lot about how much you value his or her friendship. On behalf of my family, I want to thank you for your expression of sympathy after the death of my sister, Louise.
The beautiful floral wreath meant all the more to us because it came from lifelong friends. Show your brother how much he means to you with one of these funny, heart-warming and oh so true quotes. Pick a favorite for your bro and use it in a letter, incorporate it into a note or simply write it on a card.
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