Sisters, sisters, there were never such devoted sisters. In all kinds of weather, we stick together, the same in rain or snow.

Name the movie and win a chocolate prize.

Advent calendars

Sarah and Rachel hold their (now empty-sob) Advent calendars.

sweet girlsopening presents

Sarah and Rachel share a bedroom. They are six and a half years apart. They share a love for all things beautiful, collectible, and “girly.” They fight over whose turn and responsibility it is to clean the bedroom, over ownership of toys, over what movie to watch or how to spend the day. But through it all they love deeply and fiercely. They adore playing together and every night you can find them talking and sharing thoughts.

To the outside world we all grow old. But not to brothers and sisters. We know each other as we always were. We know each other’s hearts. We share private family jokes. We remember family feuds and secrets, family griefs and joys. We live outside the touch of time. ~Clara Ortega

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13 thoughts on “Sisters”

  1. WHITE CHRISTMAS of course! I prefer DARK chocolate with no traces of milk…
    Love the gifts from Tim! Thanks!

  2. White Christmas, but it looks like Jennifer beat me to the chocolate. I, ironically, just watched this movie last night! You are fortunately your girls are such great friends. My sister and I are twelve years apart and we are inseparable too!

    Many Blessings,
    Holly @Aiminghigh

  3. White Christmas. I couldn’t get on line til now….

    I love you dear sisters!! I love MY sisters. Aunt Kate

  4. So, do I win a prize if I actually performed this song with a friend for a women’s luncheon????-!!!!!!! Peppermint Crunch Junior Mints, Please!!!!! hehehe :)

  5. Way to go, Jennifer! I’ll send some extra dark chocolate your way as soon as possible.

    Michelle, you definitely win a prize if you performed this song. Are you serious? Do you have any video or photo proof of this performance? :)

    Anne, I’m glad the card made it safely.

    I’m so glad there are other White Christmas fans out there!!

  6. Rebecca also remembered: White Christmas. We’re usually early commenters, but were late this time… Ah well.

  7. Ah, yes, Elizabeth, you all do have that Norway/time difference edge to your commenting. :) When I post in the wee hours of the late night/early morning, it’s right on your schedule.

    Sorry about that. I blogged right before dinner. It is unlikely to happen again.

  8. Well, I was going to guess Holiday Inn, but apparently it’s from the only other old Christmas movie I know, White Christmas. (I knew it wasn’t from It’s a Wonderful Life.)

    I loved your quote so much that I already copied it and sent it to my sister. :)

  9. I’m an only daughter – I have 2 brothers who I am very close with. One of them also has a 6 years difference on my age.

    But even though I don’t have a sister, this post warms my heart. You’ve git such lovely girls :)

  10. Hmmm…you updated AFTER I read yesterday a.m. We LOVE that movie around here…mostly we’ve been singing “Lord help the mister that comes between me and my sister…..” but we love the movie! ::snort::

    I like your new blog look – tell me is this a wordpress template or have you discovered the secrets of changing templates on your own?????

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