To:: The Eldest of the SGG

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I think moving beyond childhood is a very frightening thing.

After all::

I could always count on Bekah’s wardrobe just next door to rescue me from a potential fatal case of the ‘nothing to wear’s!

I could always count on little Elizabeth to go get whatever  I wanted out of the fridge and bring it upstairs to me.

I could always count on Jacob for a good solid, stupid argument.

I could always count on some quality lightsaber dueling with Caroline.

But now:: we’re spread very thin across the world and these absolutes aren’t so absolute anymore.

However, and I think you’ll agree, that our childhood connections are nonetheless valuable or fulfilling with distance in the equation.

This is simply because we traveled the world together as brother and sisters. We experienced the ever advancing stages of childhood, teenhood, and now each progressing year, we delve into adulthood as childhood best friends. And I do think we are to each emerge very sensibly. I know we see that in our Rebekah, the eldest of us all.

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Bek-Bek:: I’m simply so proud of you. I know you have many sisters as the Queen of the¬†Sorority.

(funny fact: I have to spell check sorority every time).

But us Clonts Girls consider ourselves your first and forever sisters and we refuse to relinquish our hold on you as our darling Rebekah, our sister.

Know that I love you and I love our adventures together. And here’s to many more!

A very merry birthday!

See you soon for Adventure #1982458734598435 in NYC!

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Forever and always:: Your Sister,

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2 comments

  • September 9, 2013 at 3:28 PM // Reply

    Hi Kit, nice to find you outside of instagram! My siblings are spread across the world too, it’s exciting and sad all at the same time :)

  • September 14, 2013 at 1:39 PM // Reply

    You started all the fights!