Last week I talked about a great song that is special to me because of what it means in relation to my relationship with my dad. Today I talk about a great song that is special to me because of what it means in relation to my relationship with my sister.
I wasn’t exactly doing poorly in my mid-20s. I had a good job and a bad girlfriend. I was self-sufficient and away from home and didn’t want much more from life. But I was spinning my wheels.
My sister called me on a Sunday night. I didn’t get the message because my cell phone’s voice mail was jacked up for whatever reason. My mom called and left me a voicemail Monday evening. It spurred me to reset my voicemail password. I listened to the voicemail from my sister, deleted it. It was the last time I ever heard my sister’s voice.
All my mom’s voicemail said was, “It’s your sister.” The quiver in her voice said the rest. I was 25.
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