Monday, June 21, 2010

Cute, fun, and twenty one!

I know I've talked about the fact that I have three sisters before. I've probably talked about the fact that they are my three best friends in the whole world. I probably have even mentioned that there is a bit of an age spread between me and the youngest (12 years, to be exact).

I think that's what makes it so fun...Rach and I are the "big girls" and Kara and Kasey are the "little girls." My mom has always referred to us that way...but it doesn't quite seem right when the older of the "little girls" just turned 21! So hard to believe...

Kara is nothing short of adorable. She is funny, dramatic, and a complete social butterfly. To surprise her at midnight on her birthday {we were all home at my parent's farm} we hung and banner and got her a cake. She was delightfully surprised...

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We are so excited to have BOTH our "little sisters" living in Shakopee this summer. Kara is living with Rachel and Kasey with us. It is the first time since I was 19 we have all lived in the same town. One more reason to LOVE this summer!

7 comments:

Party Box Design said...

awww that is so very sweet!

Vicki said...

Love it! And love the story with it even more! How lucky and blessed you all are to have each other! Sounds like a fun summer ahead!

My Daily Circus said...

stop growing up you were just these cute little girls we dressed up like "big" girl cheerleaders like last week! You are so all grown up and so gorgeous!

Lora Joy said...

awwww so SWEET!

Kyle and Darci said...

I enjoy your blog so much!

and I just had to comment today...I also have 3 sisters...there is 12 years from the oldest to the youngest....and the older 2 are referred to as the "big girls" and the younger 2 are the "little girls"!!!! I felt like you were writing about my family the whole time I was reading this post!!

Sisters are definately this best!!

affectionfordetail said...

I love the banner. She is so cute she sparkles!

Bettijo @ PagingSupermom.com said...

Love the sparkler candles. I always forget about those.