"We're connected as women. It's like a spiderweb. If one part of the web vibrates, if there's trouble, we all know it." Sarah Addison Allen, The Peach Keeper.
Sisterhood is laughing so hard you acquire four chins.
It's loving each other from the births of babies through the deaths of parents.
Sisterhood is grabbing a sled and turning it into a swimming pool.
It's finding girls who don't share your blood, but who know your heart and find ways to fill the holes.
Life is better because you make me laugh, eat good cheese, push through fear, and love others harder.
Cheers to you, lovely ladies. Clink, Clink.
Pics from top to bottom: my blood sista, my mom and aunts, my girls, and the girls.
Today a group of us are writing about sisterhood.
Soli Deo Gloria is a group of women who encourage and love one another. If you want to read more about sisterhood, click here or click here to learn how you can become involved.
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