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I spent quite some time looking for a "together" photo, and finally settled on this one.

Here are my two sisters and myself, discussing our plans for the morning in Siena on one of the full family trips we all took together--three generations sharing a house. I think our body language is hilarious.


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Yes the body language IS funny. My question is...what is the birth order here? :grin:


Good question, Deborah!
Youngest is on the left, I'm in the middle (I'm oldest), middle sister on the right.

The body language is great :) I need to plan one of these full family trips. What fun!

I love the body language too - a great look at sisterly togetherness! Have a great weekend!


Oldest sisters ROCK! This is one fine picture, Amy, and definitely tells a story I can relate to.

Thanks --oldest sister Judy

Yeah... and I wonder who is in charge here. :) Fun photo.

I love your choice for this week's theme!! My guess is that the oldest sister is in charge (as oldest sisters should be in charge - from one oldest sister to another :)


Great photo, Amy -- as youngest sister, it all looks very, very familiar to me!

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