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My Sister, My Friend–and EDS by Michele L. Tune Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Oct 2013 11:25pm "Adversity is the diamond dust Heaven polishes its jewels with." – Thomas Carlyle This is one of my all-time favorite quotes – and Mysti is one of my all-time favorite (and most cherished!) friends. Good buddies aren’t easy to come by. Good friends? Very rare. Friends who are like a real sister? Extremely rare – and priceless! I’ve ... Read on »
Cousins, Sisters, Friends by Ellyn Posted Sat 20 Mar 2010 10:08pm I don't know if I've ever told you guys I'm an only child, but...I'm an only child! Most people in my life would say that they figured that out already because I am probably the classic only child. I was pretty spoiled and I have always liked getting plenty of attention. I had seven years on my own before my cousin Logan came around and my ... Read on »
Cousins, Sisters, Friends by Ellyn Posted Sat 20 Mar 2010 10:06pm I don't know if I've ever told you guys I'm an only child, but...I'm an only child! Most people in my life would say that they figured that out already because I am probably the classic only child. I was pretty spoiled and I have always liked getting plenty of attention. I had seven years on my own before my cousin Logan came around and my g ... Read on »
Sisters are a girl's best friend by Lauren Posted Wed 07 Apr 2010 3:00pm "A sister can be seen as someone who is both ourselves and very much not ourselves." -Toni Morrison. How true. My sister is like me in SO many ways, and she's also the complete opposite of me. I talked about how awesome she is in this post . I love this girl, and I know you will too! And how funny-looking are we in that picture? I ha ... Read on »
My sister Erika and her friends ... by Krista Park Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:05am My sister Erika and her friends are trying to kill me. Audrey, Erika and Jody all raced Expert the day before and said today's ride would be a "mellow" 3-4 hour ride. I almost turned back on the first climb. I didn't get any pictures of the race, but they were awesome, placing 1st (Erika), 2nd (Audrey) and the long distance racer o ... Read on »
Sister-in-law and friend by thepinkribbonshop Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:02pm Kimberly, Thank you so much for sharing your story about your sister-in-law. I also had my right breast removed and I remember what it was like trying to do all of the things that I used to do. She will get her strength back. She sounds like such a strong woman. You are fortunate to have each other to support and lift up. Keep having your ... Read on »
The One Where I Review My Sister’s Man Friend by Laurachora Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 19 Mar 2010 3:03am I went out with My Sister on St Patrick’s Day.  We went to Browns where it was Happy Hour (which lasts for 5 hours) where cocktails were £3.50 each.  For some reason we decided, instead, to drink double gins; Garnished with cucumber (have you ever heard of such a thing?), apparently it’s the only way to drink Hendricks Gin. Anyway, her Man ... Read on »
How can I help my (friend, sister, mom, daughter, uncle)? by Sara G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 14 Aug 2009 4:27pm I've been asked that several times in the last two weeks - what a wonderful question to come from family members and friends of someone with lupus!! While I certainly don't have all of the answers, and I can only speak from experience, here are three thoughts on the subject of helping someone with lupus. Lupites - feel free to chime in. I w ... Read on »
Writing and Gifts from Old Friends and Sisters by elizabeth Posted Tue 29 Oct 2013 9:32pm I started meeting once a week for a few hours with a group of writers. It's not a workshop group but, rather, a real writing group. We really write. At the beginning, we sit down and chit chat for a few minutes, catch each other up, briefly, on what's happening. Then one person tears up a few strips of paper and we each grab one or two. W ... Read on »
Sister HOME, Turning a toxic friend into something positive, 10-mile run by findingblissforme Posted Sun 15 Apr 2012 2:40pm Hihihi.  Anyone running Boston tomorrow.  That is a dream of mine.  Emphasis on dream.  But I wish EVERYONE the best of luck and for goodness sake, HAVE FUN!!!   So my oddly up beat happiness from the last couple days has continued!!! I’ll take it! Here are three reasons why:   #1.  Sister HOME.  I received a wake up call f ... Read on »