Some people wait their whole lives for their best friend to come along. I was lucky. I was born with a built -in best friend. Throughout childhood, we werenít terribly close. We didnít hate each other, but I donít think we would have guessed how close weíd be as adults. As we got older, things changed. We started hanging out-- not as sisters, but as friends. At this point in our lives-- weíve been through it all together-- success, failure, boyfriends, college, marriage, and children.I canít imagine sharing the stuff I share with you with another soul-- thereís just a camraderie with us-- a trust that even when we share things that arenít pretty-- things that are embarassing or personal-- we donít judge each other. And I wouldnít trade that for the world. We know how to be honest with each other too. Iíll never forget the times weíve had to be painfully, brutally honest with each other. I donít think I could handle hearing those things from anyone but you. But when it comes from you, I know it comes from a place of love. Iíve had times in life where Iíve been so jealous of you-- your cute figure, your curly hair, your ability to self-censor yourself before speaking. But I also know that those things are what make us a perfect combination. You challenge me, motivate me, and inspire me. You give me a fresh perspective on the world and remind me to look at things in new ways. Iím blessed to have you as my sister and my friend.
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Date: Friday, October 20, 2006 GMT Views: 733