Rachel is my dear little sister. (Sympathetic sigh) she's been waiting eagerly for this post. So now here it is. Get ready internet for my profile of this special sister of mine.
Rachel was born on 25th May, 1989. I remember my mum going off in the ambulance as I watched on from our living room window. Wait a minute, was that when mum was pregnant with Rach? Or was it with Gaz? Hmm, well it was one of them anyway! Rach was a little cutie as a child and is now a beautiful young lady.
We used to tease each other a lot, like all siblings do, but I think for the majority of the time, it was rach and I teamed up against poor Gaz!
Rach is very talented artistically and has (or did have) a beautiful piece of artwork on display in the family living room. Like me, she succeeded at art in school, although I've now gone way off the boil with advancing years. I hope she can stay creative in an arty way. She is also a fine photographer. I have to take my hat off to her and acknowledge in humble adoration, the stunning beauty of her pictures. If any of you thought I was good at taking photos, you need to see my sister's.
She is a virtuous young lady and is admired by many for her high standards, and although she has trials of great difficulty, she calmly gets through them and continues onwards.
I miss my little sister a lot and hope that one day we can meet again. And I'm sure if we do, there will be a lot of laughs, bearing in mind that our favourite TV show is the comedy that is Fawlty Towers. A line or two in quote always makes a bad day good! "Basil, there's a kipper sticking out of your jumper." And another one, "No need to mention the war...KORREEAANNN!!!" And finally, "Outboard motors.....(sobs)...you mean you're not an inspector? Not on their side?...Oh thank you!"
I'm sure that Rach will continue making strides forward in her life and live it in the best possible way. I love you Rach.