This is my middle sister Kris. Isn't she gorgeous?
I like to call her - Kris-TIN. It's more fun.
She's always been much smaller than me and even when we were little I liked to pick her up like a rag doll and carry her around the back yard.
I mean honestly, how could you not want to pick that little Minnie up and not put her in your pocket?
Even though we're about as different as sisters could be, my mother was right in saying that my sisters would become my best friends.
We've traveled together, we've cried together, we've lived together and we've grown together. She inspires me to never give up on my dreams, as she's never given up on hers.
She's shown me how to care less about what others think and more about who I desire to be. She never settles for the status quo. And she's loyal to almost a fault.
I'm so happy to see her being treated and loved the way she deserves to be. Amir has been awesome to have in her life and sees her for the treasure she truly is.
Sister, I hope you have a wonderful day and it pains me that I can't be there to celebrate with you.
I admire you, I love you and I miss you.
(aka Grandma Scribbles)