This is the last picture of the Golden Gate Bridge. I promise. It's just so pretty, I can't help myself.
I am so incredibly thankful for my sisters. I have two older sister, one who lives in Texas, and one who lives in the Bay Area. I love them both dearly, and I so thankful that my sister, Sarah, and I get the opportunity to see each other a lot. I'm going to dedicate this post to her.
I love my sister so much. She is truly my best friend, and I love that as adults, we have grown closer than ever. She is smart, calm, rational and intelligent, beautiful and adorable... I have always felt that she has is the lighter side to my dark. She always pretends to be shocked by me, and treats me with the utmost respect. She loves all the same things as me, and it is dangerous to send us out alone into the world. We are an awesome pair, and we are great at working together.
She is patient and understands my every mood. She might get annoyed, she might not understand, but she will never abandon me. She knows that I cannot drive anywhere without getting lost. She was the one person who directly confronted me about our old church. While I will never hold anyone's silence against them (I probably would have done the same thing), I will forever see her questioning as evidence of her deep love and need to protect me.
We love each other so much that we decided to have babies at the same time! Well, okay, God decided for us to have babies eight days apart, but we loved the idea! It has been so much fun watching her this last year as a new mom and I have never been prouder. She has excelled at motherhood, just as she has excelled at everything else in her life. My nephew is such a happy, adorable boy.
I love you, Sarah!!