Day 7 of SOLSC

The doorbell rings and as I open the door a smile reaches my face. It's my older brother Ziggy and my 3 1/2 year old nephew Kaz. I'm so excited to see them today since it has been a couple of months since we last hung out. 
I find that my heart warms as I pick Kaz up and give him a huge hug. Those adorable dimples and his sweet words make me melt. Since I don't have any kids of my own yet, I cherish these days that I get to spend some quality time just playing and catching up with my family. He has grown taller and he has a fresh new snazzy mohawk haircut. So cute!! 
We played with walkie-talkies and talked about how he was so excited to go camping soon in the family camper named Lola. He told me about how much he loves to play frisbee golf and how you have to practice to get better at it. We laughed and played and it was fantastic!
My something wonderful for today is just taking time to see the ones that I love. I don't get to do that as often as I'd like, but I feel it's necessary to make my heart happy.


  1. I can connect with your writing as an aunt, who too, loves time with the nieces and nephews. But your story also reminds me the important role my sisters played in my children"s lives. They still talk about it!


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