I have learned much by watching my two youngest daughters and observing
their devotion to one another.
Very opposite personalities are best summed up in this humorous story.
Miss Demure had given Miss Drama her bath one night. The water temperature must of left something to be desired. I overheard Miss Drama say as she blow dried her hair, HEAT!! Feels so GOOOOOODDD!!!
To which Miss Demure staidly responds," I gave you a bath, you should be grateful!"
Needless to say they have 'carried one another's burdens' (Galation6:2) in all kinds of ways, and shared in each others joy.
I am here on the swing thinking, watching, listening....
'what do you like better, raking or jumping? 'cos if you like raking better, I'll jump!'
no, the piles not big enough yet!
fall is my favourite season. Mom ,what is yours? Today it is fall.' I smile.
Of two sisters one is always the watcher,one the dancer.
We were sisters both bound and separated by genetics and circumstance. We were fragile and tough, stubborn for reasons all our own. (Margaret Becker)
I wanted to add my other two daughters as well, but decided it would be too long a post.
So someday I will try and capture their relationship.
It may read a little like The Tale Of Two Cities....smile.
71.my four sisters,72.eldest daughter home for reading week,73.the bustle of a new week,74.daughter baking,75.trusting Him,76.the word yes,77.freedom to worship,78.lower gas prices,79.joy in the mundane,80.enthusiastic children.