Three years ago next month, just two days after Christmas, I was hit by some news that brought me to my knees. My little sister sat me in my kitchen and told me she had breast cancer.
After a whole bucket of tears expressed from eyes, I took it to the good Lord and laid it at his feet. I've never seen anyone overcome such a trying experience with such courage, and faith.
I was her wing man through the whole ordeal, and still remember her actually giving me pep talks at times. I had to beg her to slow down, (get out of the horse barn) let me take more duties with her two elementary age, precious daughters, and take it easy as she recovered from a double mastectomy.
Today she is thankfully cancer free and motivates and inspires me every day!
Happy Birthday to my amazing sister Shannon Puckett Harmon~ Although she's my younger sis (I had to give that one to her on her special day ) I look to her for so much. She is the most, hard working, self-motivated, caring, fun loving, nothing-can-stop-her, beautiful, cancer butt kicker I know!! I cherish our talks, road trips, creative brain storming, and most of all laughs and hugs more than she could know.
So very thankful God gave me you!
She is the pop to my corn, the Thelma to my Louise, the sledge to my hammer, and the sun to my shine!
Love my sister--my hero!