I may have been a thorn in her side growing up, with me being 7 years younger. My sister Jen has always been there for me during the highs and lows. She never tried to stop or discourage me and my family when we decided to move to the other side of the world. Jen is always be in my thoughts and in my heart. We are now in our 50s/60s and nothing has changed. Love you little big sister. XX
Last year, I almost lost my younger sister and best friend in a terrible car accident. God miraculously protected her, and I cannot express how grateful I am that she is alive today! Every time I think of how close I came to losing her, I get choked up.I don't know what I would do without her; who I would talk to about all those silly little things only sisters can share? We live in different states, and I miss her every day, but just knowing she is still here on this earth with me fills me with thankfulness. God alone knows the number of our days, and I have learned to never take a single one for granted. Next month will be the one-year anniversary of her car accident, and I want to get her something to celebrate the new chance at life she was given! This piece not only celebrates that, but also the new chance at friendship we have. I hold her more dearly now than ever.
It's inpiring for Susan to hear how you feel about your Willow Tree piece. Your personal interpretation is so meaningful... thank you for taking the time to share it.