If you don’t understand how a woman could both love her sister dearly and want to wring her neck at the same time, then you were probably an only child.

09/28/2010

– Linda Sunshine

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19 Responses to “If you don’t understand how a woman could both love her sister dearly and want to wring her neck at the same time, then you were probably an only child.”

  1. batangdagat Says:

    Man, I so know how THIS feels. Youngest of four girls. Hahahaha

  2. jmjbookblog Says:

    I loved your post…treasure your sisters…I lost mine to cancer in 2001 and I would give anything to have her bug me about something right now. ^j^

  3. Chef E Says:

    Ha! this got me straight away!

    I have still not figured out why God made older sisters when the younger ones tend to hold them up more often than none…not always true, but my feelings as I hold mine up with ‘hands around throat’. Of course not entirely, but I try and put the thought out of my mind as quickly as it came…

    Chef E
    http://tmi-chef.blogspot.com/

  4. mariqia Says:

    Hahaha, that quote’s funny and true. But I’m glad my younger sisters are always sweet, so it never opened a room for me to get mad at them haha. And they are miles away in the province, so I miss them. We only see each other during vacation.
    This series of sister-related posts makes me think more of them..hmmm..


  5. Since I am an only child, I can only imagine. 😦

    That’s okay…my friends can be my sisters! 🙂

    • bendedspoon Says:

      some wish
      they don’t have a sister
      when they were young
      but can’t thank God enough
      when they’re older.
      and yes friends
      are sometimes the best sisters
      🙂


  6. So true! More so when we were young, but even now my closest sister sometimes drives me completely nuts. I don’t necessarily want to wring her neck, but giving her a good whap upside the head does cross my mind occasionally. 😉 Peace, Linda

  7. the happy (sappy) blog Says:

    Ha! So true.
    Family is family and always will be, but at the same time, we can’t get in each other’s nerves!


  8. Ha! Duels to the death when children.


  9. I think this holds true for all siblings regardless of gender. LOL.


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