Growing up, and being a preacher’s kid is kind of lonely.
Not only do you move around A LOT, but many times the church’s don’t have kids your age, or because your the preacher’s kid, you are kind of just left alone.
Sister and I have always been there for each other.
Except for that brief year and a half stint in Houston, but we aren’t counting that.
We have been through good times, bad times, and ugly times.
We have huddled under blankets together in a hurricane, we have eaten candy bars during a tornado, and played Barbies in an earth quake.
Yep, we know how to have fun in disasters.
I haven’t seen Sister since August of 2007 and let me just say that, that is just way. to. long. to be away from Sister.
I do, however, have great news!!!
Sister is coming for Christmas!!! and I am B.E.Y.O.N.D excited.
Not only do I get so spend Christmas with Sister, but she is bringing her kiddos, and I have never spent Christmas with them.
The day after Christmas, we always ask each other what that persons favorite Christmas gift was.
I already know.