A Year 2004 Daily Calendar

365 Daily Thoughts & Inspirations about...Sisters

Thursday January 1, 2004

"A sister always knows when to listen and when to talk when to laugh and when to cry."


Friday January 2, 2004

"We shared everything all our lives, the important ones and the trivial ones, and it's the trivial ones that build ties between people."

Rae Foley

Saturday January 3 and Sunday 4 , 2004

"The first world we find ourselves in is a family that is not of our choosing."

Harriet Lerner

Monday January 5, 2004

"We are always the same age inside."

Gertrude Stein

Tuesday January 6, 2004

"As the standard bearers of our first families, our siblings are the only people who can truly share our happy and unhappy memories with us, who can help reconstruct that early sense that the world was manageable and we would always be care for."

Susan Scarf Merrell

Wednesday  January 7, 2004

"Like all cultures, one of the family's first jobs is to persuade its members they're special, more wonderful than the neighboring barbarians. The persuasion consists of storiess showing family members demonstrating admirable traits, which it claims are family  traits. Attention to the stories' actual truth is never the family's most compelling consideration. Encouraging belief is."

Elizabeth Stone

Thursday January 8, 2004

"Family life! The United Nations is child's play compared to the tugs an splits and need to understand and forgive in any family."

May Sarton

Friday January 9, 2004

"Studies have shown that of the three sibling pairs, sister/sister pairs are the closest...Sisters are th traditional kin keepers in our society and have a real commitment to keeping the relationship going."

Jane Mershey Leder

Saturday January  10and Sunday  11 January

"The best thing about having a sister was that I always had a friend."

Cali Rae Turner

Monday January 12, 2004

"Beautiful sisters, come high up to the strongest rocks, we are all fighting women, heroines, horsewomen."

Edith Sodergran

Tuesday January 13, 2004

"A childhood is what anyone wants to remember of it. It leaves behind no fossils, except perhaps in fiction."

Carol Shields

Wednesday January 14, 2004

"Advice is what we ask for when we already krnow the answer but wish we didn't."

Erica Jong

Thursday January 15, 2004

"We did not change as we grew older, we just became more clearly ourselves."

Lynn Hall

Friday January 16, 2004

"Sisters annoy, interfere, criticize. Indulge in monumental sulks, in huffs, in snide remarks. Borrow. Break. Monopolize the bathroom. Are always underfoot. But if catastrophe should strike, sisters are there. Defending you against all comers."

Pam Browny

Saturday January 17 and January 18, 2004

"In reality, we are still children. We want to find a playmate for our thoughts and feelings."

Dr. Wilhelm Stekhel

Monday January 19, 2004

"...if we believed in the media we would think the only significant relationship in our lives i s a romantic one. Yet sisterhood is probably the one that will  always be around."

Jane Dowdeswell

Tuesday January 20, 2004

"Bless you, my darling, and remember you are always in the heart-oh tucked so close there is no chance of escape-of your sister."

Katherine Mansfield

Wednesday January 21, 2004

"Family quarrels are bitter things. They don't go by any rules. They're don't go by any rules. They're not like aches or wounds; they're more like splits in the skin that won't heal because there's not enough material."

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Thursady January 22, 2004

"What sisters really know is that they can fight with each other because they will always be sisters: they have a blood bond."

Laura Tracy

Friday January 23, 2004

"She is your mirror, shining back at you with a world of possibilites. She  is your witness, who sees you at your worst and best, and loves you anyway."

Barbara Alpert

 Saturday January 24 and Sundy January 25, 2004

"Between sisters, often, the child's cry never dies down. 'Never leave me.' It says; 'do not abandon me.'"

Louise Bernikow

Monday January 26, 2004

"Each of us is an arist, capable of conceiving and creating a vision from the depths of our being."

Dorothy Fadiman

 Tuesday January 27, 2004

"No matter how old a mother is she watches her middle-aged children for signs of improvement."

Florida Scott-Maxwell

Wednesday January 28, 2004

"Every second is of infinite value."


Thursday January 29, 2004

"There can never be enough said of the virtues, dangers, the power of a shared laugh."

Fracoise Sagan

 Friday January 30, 2004

"Childern have never been very good at listening their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them."






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