Thursday, February 26, 2015

That ONE Sister

'#BossLady Leanne here... Apparently it's "Cat Week" for me ;o)

Do you have "that" sister?......Is it 'you'? ;)  LOL!

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I am one of three sisters.  That's me on the left!  How do you fit in your family?  The studious one, the pretty one, or the goofy one?  (Oh, let's not call it "goofy", let's say "funny",  yes, let's do!)

Dreaming of fresh air by the sea...in Eastbourne, in England Sept. 2014...


44 comments:

  1. How funny! What a great picture! I'm one of two sisters - the older one. And the one who did everything a little differently - moved to a different county, reinvented herself as an artist, etc... It's good to be goofy!! xoxo Silke

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    1. That must be my problem, I am an artist trapped in a working woman's body! xx

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  2. Love It- Always wished I had a sister. Never did-only ones by choice....
    Your book is on its way I am told. xo Diana

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    1. I bet you have lots of women who would call you a sister under the skin!
      Oh good, I am looking forward to the book! Thanks! xx

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  3. I have, let's count them, three sisters. Yes, three. They're all pretty nice. They were all living in the same area too but have since split up, except the youngest who still lives with my mother.

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    1. Three sisters, I bet they all adore you! Sisters love to fuss over their brothers, whether they like it or not! :-)

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  4. What triggered that off, I wonder?
    I'm one of two sisters - the younger one, and of the two of us, the "sporty" and nerdy one :-)

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    1. I saw this photo on Richard's Facebook and since I liked it so much, I wanted to share it and me having two sisters myself, it was perfect!
      To be honest, my sisters are not only pretty, but very smart and funny too!

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  5. I am one of two sisters -- one with a golden heart and gentle disposition -- and then there's me !

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    1. Ha, ha, Chris, you are in the same boat with me! LOL.

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  6. There are three of us sisters. I am the oldest and I have two roles. I am the goofy one and also the caretaker. The next sister is the "misunderstood" one who never got anything she ever asked for (at least not fast enough). Number three is the baby. She is supremely quiet.

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    1. Hey! I think we might have a lot in common! (I am the middle sister though.)

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  7. Might be too much fresh air by the sea along the English south coast the last few months. Especially in winter :o) I recently heard nearby Brighton referred to as the "San Francisco of the UK." No idea why though.
    Cute cats.

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    1. That's interesting. I wonder if Brighton is called that because San Francisco is very "artistic", attracting many writers and artists? Or because of the price of living there? Anybody know?

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  8. I have 4 brothers but only one sister and she's a gem! She's the one who can fix or do anything. I can't imagine having another sister. We're very close and can almost feel each other's pain at times. (when I had my knee surgery she woke up with pain in her knees the same day..weird huh?!) She lives with and helps take care of my Mom and does a fantastic job of it....can you tell I think she's the greatest?

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    1. I bet your sister wished she could take away that pain from your knees, she sounds like such a great sister! No excuse me, the GREATEST!
      :-)

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  9. I was the youngest and the only girl; also a tomboy. And growing up with two brothers was a lot of fun. That is a great shot of you by the water!

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    1. I was a bit of a tomboy too. My son has inherited my love of sports!
      I like that photo too, From now on, all photos of me will be of the back of my head, must be my good side! LOL.

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  10. I'm the oldest of 3. Had 1 sister and have a brother. I'm several years older than both of them, 6 and 8 years. They were quite close and me, not so much. My sister and I always seemed on different paths our whole lives. However, we regained some of our closeness over the last few years. Sadly, she passed away last year from cancer. I miss her.

    Love the picture above. (Well, the cat one, but the one of you is lovely too.) If it had 2 cats, the left one would be my sis. Always walked her own path and even better if it was one filled with chaos and upheaval. LOL

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    1. Oh Kay, I think I remember you writing about your sister and asking us to pray for her. I am sorry for your loss.
      Glad that you regained closeness in the last part of her life. xx

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  11. I have two sisters and am the oldest of our trio. Aren't we the blessed ones! Sisters are special !

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    1. We are lucky! I am the middle one, you might have guessed that! :-)

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  12. No sisters, just two younger brothers. It's different with brothers.

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    1. I have two younger brothers myself!

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  13. I was the middle of 3 sisters, the oldest was the pretty, smart one, the youngest was the baby, so I became the funny one in the middle.

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    1. Like me, you are the middle sister, the funny one!
      Really, my sisters are funnier than I am, but don't tell them that, they are already smart and pretty, can't give them everything, can we? :-)

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  14. Cute little kitties.
    Love that shot of you.

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    1. Yes, back of my head is the best look for me.

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  15. I always wanted a sister as I just have an annoying younger brother! I'm the serious, clever one. He's the outgoing joker. x

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    1. Well, SOMEONE has to be the straight man! :-)

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  16. Yes, I am another who always wanted a sister and never had one........But all my kids do..........So I get to be all the sister types.........

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    1. Yes, you are all of them rolled into one! :-)

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    1. Yes, Debra, SOMEONE has to keep the world going with laughter, that is my job and I am doing the best I can!

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  18. Oooh, I always wanted a sister but I only had a stinky little brother!!! We were also almost 7 years apart in age and complete opposites. I was the good kid. It does make me happy to have 2 girls/sisters (although I know I've mentioned before that I wanted 3 girls ~ Clara made damn sure that I didn't have more!)! I hope they're close, more than just about anything!

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    1. Stinky little brother! So funny, I have two little brothers, so I know what you mean! Your girls will be close even though they might be very different. That Clara, she reminds me of ME! LOL.

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  19. Hmmm I see you as the quiet refined shy one in the middle...

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    1. Well, I don't know about that but if you give me a book you won't hear a peep out of me.

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  20. There was only my late brother and me. He was older than me. Actually, yesterday, 28th February was his birthday. Of course, I was the pretty one, the smart one...oh...I shouldn't be so humble...I was the beautiful one, the brilliant one!!!! *wink* Just kidding.... :)

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    1. Oh, I am sorry that you lost your brother. I bet you were both very smart and funny and made quite a pair as you were growing up!

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  21. I have 4-brothers and I'm one of the 3-sisters. One older and one younger. The elder one is the nurturer with a heart of gold, I'm the goofy one, and the younger one has the heart of an angel. And I'm the goofy one. ;) I'm so thankful that the Lord gave them to me. He knew I needed them.

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    1. Yes, that is it exactly, isn't it? Like you, the middle child must need the older and the younger one, works out well, doesn't it?

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  22. I am sure that you are a great sister - it is always good to have someone funny around! xx

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    1. Well, I don't know if I am a great sister, but I like the sound of it! :-)

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