Hey BEATLETOT! Thank you for reading and commenting on my blog about going shopping with my sister. Actually, what happened was what often happens when I take my daughters shopping--I want them to buy things that reflect MY taste, not theirs. Fortunately, my daughters have learned how to stand up for themselves and not buy stuff that women in their late fifties prefer. My sister and I are the same age, so theoretically what she chose should have suited me, but our styles are just different. I'm sure she'll be very surprised to get this package in the mail, and maybe a little guilty for having pressured me into buying this stuff, but I think that'll soon wear off as soon as she puts these things on, looks in the mirror, and sees how much better they look on her than on me. She's at least three inches taller than I am and slightly thinner. She used to be skinny when we were children but has gained weight because of certain medications she must take (I think).
I'm so glad you love your siblings so much! That doesn't always happen, so you are very fortunate (or very loving, or both)!
Thank you for suggesting on my blog that I track my food for yesterday. You were absolutely right. Not disappointed with myself at all anymore :) I need to get in the habit of tracking regardless of how awful my day seems to go!