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  • Epping, New Hampshire, Nottingham Square Road, where we shared many fun childhood adventures together. Our moms were friends, our dads were business partners, my little brother our henchman and accomplice.

    Find It and Do It! One of our favorite childhood games we concocted that we no longer remember the rules of.

    Daralinkatha, the superhero name we came up with five years ago combining the names of my little brother, my best friend and myself. Together we are Daralinkatha!

    Zeratha's secret spy club of which my best friend and my little brother were members. We had our own stationary and conducted secret covert spy missions.

    9-the number of years ago my sister and 'besty' moved to Portland so we could be reunited.

    33-the age she will be when I get to meet my new 'niece or nephew'...who will be a Cancerian like myself.

    thousands-the number of times we've shared and will share in the future a fun dancey dance together, MJ is always a fave to dance to!

    Dozens-the number of ways we're gloriously alike and different from one another :)

    1-the number of 'Sisters From Another Mother' I am eternally grateful to have in my life!

    For 32 years we have watched, witnessed and shared the ebb and flow of one another's lives. Moments of free-spirited joy, of tear wrenching traumas, of life changing events, all the accumulated moments that make us who we are today...I look forward to the ones to come :)
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