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There've been a lot of these, as well as a few that tested the bond in question. One that comes immediately to mind: perhaps five months after our amazing mother died, the sistergirl and our aunt/Mom's middle sister/best friend walked through the back door - the one everybody always used - into the kitchen to continue the ongoing project of cleaning out the house I'd grown up in. I took one look at my mom's shelves of cookbooks, built for her by my dad out of dark wood to match the cabinets, and lost it. No one but me in my family is physically affectionate by nature - you could fairly say that we are not a huggy family - and the SG is definitely reserved that way. When she hugged me - with BOTH arms - standing in our mother's kitchen, her love for me was clear.
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The best bonding moment Danny and I had was when I came home from Miami one weekend and we went to a movie. My car wouldnt start afterwards and we had to walk home and then explain to Daddy what happened.
The conversation went like this:
Dad, "Your home? Did you enjoy the movie?"
Me, "Yes it was great, we had fun"
Dad, "Is your car parked?"
Me, "Well it is parked, but maybe not where it should be parked"
Dad, "What do you mean?"
Me, "Well...it is parked, just not here. It's parked at the movie theater as it didn't start when we returned back."
Dad, "Oh geesh...every time you come home that damn thing breaks down. Why cant it break down before you come home?"
Me, "Because it loves you and knows you will take care of it?"
Dad, "Come on...lets get the damn thing."
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I have a few siblings. One was there for me when I needed a place to stay before uni. She took great care of me. The middle one helped me a few times with issues when I was at uni. The little one aggravates me most of the time and she has many issues, but I guess one time we all came together was when we had an unfortunate turn of events in 2011. It was a sad time for all, especially the oldest sister. We all remained strong together and shared our sorrow for comfort.
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September 2005 Cuando se rompio la quijada