August 4, Sister’s Day
When I think of Sisters Day, I think of the women I have met in my life. Some I have known for years, others just a few months, and even days. Their ages are from 18 to 86 years old. The common thread is helping each other along the way. Whether it is spending time over lunch, or on the phone, we talk and express our love for each other. We have consoled each other, cried and laughed together. We probably spend more time together than we spend time with our own biological sisters. Neither time nor distance can keep us apart. Sisterhood is thicker than blood and as fluid as water; a bond that lasts forever. I am asking you today, when you find a sister, keep her. They are more valuable than gold.