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Long neglected, this blog has become a dusty book dropped behind the sofa of real life. In other words, I’ve let it go. Like any mess, if I don’t look at it, it disappears from my care. I don’t mind this, you see. Letting go and moving on seems to me the most desirable action when I feel disconnected and finished with a stage of life or hobby.This blog and its years of history are being purposefully placed on the tall shelf where memories belong.
So here we are. And here I go…
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Oh my goodness! My sister is engaged! It all happened last night. I am overcome with excitement and happiness for her. She deserves the very best, and I think they will be very good together for years to come. But now, what am I to do? This is my buddy-for-life!
I know I will be a little sad when she begins her new career, marries, and settles in North Carolina. It reminds me of when I was 9 and having a panic attack about growing up. I was afraid of this—of “losing” people as they moved on. But it’s gotten much easier since then. I’ve learned that lifelong friends (and my sister is one of my most treasured friends) can go through almost any development and still feel connected, able to be close whenever they’re together again. So that is what I believe she and I will have no matter where we live or what changes happen in life.
Congratulations to my beloved, treasured, and admired older sister! I love you! And to her fiance, you are a good man, and I can’t wait to be your sister (and mortal enemy—we need to keep up appearances!).