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15 Ways To Rock Your Sibling’s World

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Me and my Baby Sis

by Jenny Hansen

Although Sibling Day falls on April 10th this year, I got my present a few weeks early.

A few weeks ago, my baby sis posted this on Facebook.

Things my sister Jenny Hansen taught me:

  1. How to savor good coffee
  2. How to put on nylons
  3. Order your bacon extra crispy,
    no one likes limp drippy bacon
  4. How to apply eyeliner without a mirror
  5. How to appreciate good wine
  6. Not to fight dirty but that fighting is okay sometimes
  7. A good pedicure solves many woes
  8. Best ways to get rid of a headache
  9. Babies are always a miracle
  10. Hold on tight in your 20’s, everything changes
  11. Always try to be professional, respectful and kind
  12. Life begins at 30.
  13. Plan for the worst, hope for the best.
  14. How to write a good résumé, keep my online presence complete and up to date, leave a job with grace and gratitude.
  15. You need sisters to get through life make sure they know how awesome they are and that you love them so much.

Oh… And don’t forget to send your thank you cards. 🙂

 

I’ll admit it…I cried. (And pulled out the stack of thank you notes I haven’t yet sent this year.)

She’s pretty smart, that baby sister of mine. But what struck me the most about the list when I saw it was these were just life lessons that got shared along the way. We interact with the people who are dear to us and never realize what gems they take away from it.

Do you have a sister that rocks your world? Have you told them lately? Brother’s Day is also the first week in August…brothers need feedback and appreciation too.

What have you learned from the brothers and sisters in your life, whether they be biological or the ones of your heart? Which of the 15 lessons above is your favorite? Tweet me at @JennyHansenCA and let me know!

Here’s wishing you a week filled with appreciation…

~Jenny

About Jenny Hansen

By day, Jenny provides training and social media marketing for an accounting firm. By night she writes humor, memoir, women’s fiction and short stories. After 15 years as a corporate software trainer, she’s delighted to sit down while she works.

When she’s not at her personal blog, More Cowbell, Jenny can be found on Twitter at JennyHansenCA or at Writers In The Storm. Jenny also writes the Risky Baby Business posts at More Cowbell, a series that focuses on babies, new parents and high-risk pregnancy.

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