Mullberry Whine

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Favorite Things Family

sisters

Little Julia tending the baby at home, 1911 Lewis Hine, Library of Congress Repository

My sister, Thimbleberry, and I, are two vastly different people.  We think differently, we like different music, different fashion, we have different life philosophies, we take our coffee differently.

But we feel similarly about two things.  One, we like old movies.  Two, we love each other – a sometimes complicated, but ever-present connection.  And so my visit at her home this week was filled with good films, good talk, good food, and lots of love.

Here’s to shared genres, shared joe, and shared genes.

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4 comments on “Favorite Things Family

  1. Thimbleberry
    January 29, 2013

    I love ya! And we both love elephants!

    • mullberrywhine
      January 29, 2013

      Love ya more! And absolutely – who doesn’t love elephants?!

  2. kindredspirit23
    January 29, 2013

    What more do you need?
    Scott

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