Gosh Darn, I Miss My Sisters
It’s really hard to talk about my sisters without tearing up because I miss each of them so much. Each of the ladies on my line all taught me something different and contributed to my life in different ways. It just amazed me the level of success we are all headed towards now. I’ve got sisters teaching, in law school, with MBAs, in medical school, in grad school, and even working in the fields they once only dreamed about like PR, finance, counseling, etc. I’ve been a little wordy lately, so I’ll just let the video and photos tell this story. I think my sisters who graduated earlier will appreciate this post as well. Here’s to three years of joy and happiness (and many, many more to come) with the ones I love the most: E.M.I.N.E.N.C.E. To a group of women who forever changed my life, I can’t wait to see where we are in the next three years. —> Graduation presentation courtesy of my sister Nyeshia. Video and photos courtesy of myself, iMovie, and Instagram.
*Proceeds to sing* “Sisterhood is the bond we share, for AKA we know is always there. Take my hand, take my whole life too, for we can’t help falling in love with you.”
And it wouldn’t be right if I didn’t show the bruhs some love. Congrats again Josh!