Does sibling rivalry ever end?
Apparently not! Here’s some evidence featuring my two younger sisters:
I got together with my sisters and our mom for a girls’ day. This was our holiday get-together, and man oh man, did we have fun. We went out to lunch, then checked out some little shops. The above video was at The Wonder Emporium, a charming toy and book store.
Pam tried on one of the flashing Christmas necklaces. I told her she had to dance for my video. She was game, and, no, we weren’t even drinking.
Cindy put on a candy cane necklace, but it wasn’t lighting up. It turned out the label has to be removed first. She didn’t want to remove it and wear out the batteries since she wasn’t going to buy it.
We’re all grandmas now, and you can bet the grandkids will love seeing their grandmothers decked out in flashy jewelry. Especially a grandma who’s a dancing goofball!
I Love This Quote:
“To the outside world, we all grow old. But not to brothers and sisters. We know each other as we always were. We know each other’s hearts. We share private family jokes. We remember family feuds and secrets, family griefs and joys. We live outside the touch of time.” ~ Clara Ortega
Pam, the middle child, is the funniest member of the family, in my opinion.
Cindy’s not okay with that. LOL! She had to get in on the act.
They crack me up. Over and over and over.
Mom got a big kick out of their charades, too. So did the clerks. Hope you enjoy our silly antics, too.
If you were there, would you have joined in? I hope so.
What are your family dynamics like? Every family is unique. I’d love to hear about yours. What are your thoughts? Are you ready for the holidays?