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Sisters. The Connection. You know who you are.

Are you a sister that shares a connection with your sister? Are y'all close to the same age? Are you y'all years apart? We all know it is a special connection most of time. Sometimes you may have nothing in common, but at the end of the day you have that one person you can chat with about how you grew up, what your parents did or are doing. You have someone to debrief and gossip with!  It is the best right?!

Well two sisters will take you through interviews with other sisters on everyday life. Have fun, listen, laugh, cry while we talk with others sisters! So sit back and enjoy these stories!


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