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Dedication Post To:

My Best Friend


a TRUE role model



an absolute GREAT woman of God



and my Big Sissy who will always be there for me...


Kendra Thaler


Even though she is about 6 years older than me, I consider her to be one of my closest and dearest friends EVER...She takes a role in my life as a SISTER AT HEART and a BEST FRIEND. She inspires me to do my best no matter what happens. I look to her for words of encouragement and guidance. When I am stuck in a sitation she helps me out...The way she lives her life by being UNASHAMED and always growing in her walk with God helps me to also grow and set my paths for what I need to do!!!

If you have never heard of a bond formed by God, well believe it as you read this. As we were talking one night, Kendra told me that she felt like God was binding us together spiritually. A bond that cannot be broken. I can see why she said that. I feel like I can never be away from her for very long...whether it be texting, calling or literally just being together. :)

We have both felt a burden for missions. We both love our families. We both love with all of our hearts. <3 Sure, there is a color difference ;) But did that stop her husband from marrying her? I didn't think so :) They got married one year ago on June 7th! "One year strong" and still going :)

There is just too much to write down about what she has done
and few words that can truly express how thankful I am !


Sissy, I just want you to know that I LOVE YOU and thank you so much!!! FOR EVERYTHING you have done for me <3


Love,

Little Sissy

Comments

Kendra Thaler said…
OMW sissy!!!! You're going to make me cry!! Thank you SO much for those kind words. I am so glad that God has made us so close. You really are one of my best friends. You are very near and dear to my heart little sissy :) awww... I'm kinda speechless! This is TOO sweet! I love you toooo!!!!
Mary Frances said…
Awwwwwww thats soooo SWEET!!!

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