This is me and Ann Dee when we were little. We always cuddled like that - we still do in fact.
When this guy,
Luke, saw this picture, he asked, "Whoa, does it have two heads"?
On my 30th birthday Ann Dee made sure I was happy from the beginning of the day until the end of the day. For her 30th birthday, I'm writing this blog about her.
We never used to get along but we do now. The reason we get along now is under debate. I say it is because she became less annoying and she says that I finally realized how cool she was. Sometimes we fight about why we get along. Isn't that ironic? Lets ask Alanis, although I'm not sure she knows what that means. Doncha think?
Ann Dee always did what I did - play the violin, basketball, student government, mission. I'm glad she quit copying me cause then she wouldn't be married and have a baby and probably would not be such a famous author.
Here is Ann Dee and Stacy at their shared birthday party.
Kathy made this cake - you know the creative one who did the grape trick on Christmas trees. We played cards and Ann Dee won the first game of hearts and she shot the moon without even trying and I wasn't paying attention or I would have stopped her (wink wink - it is her birthday).
Here is Ann Dee singing her token karaoke song, "Circle in the Sand":
I've gotten used to the fact that I have to share Ann Dee with Cameron and Van but I don't always like it. I'm glad Cameron lets me talk to Ann Dee whenever and for however long I want or need. I sorta freak out when she doesn't answer her phone and I can't find her.
Happy Birthday little sister.