Sunday Poser # 5

Already into week 5

This week, share with us, who are you closest to in your family? It could be your siblings, parents, children, spouse, or could be a friend who is more than family!

I was very close to my younger brother when I was growing up. We were often on the same wavelength, thinking the same thing at the same time. But as we grew up and had families of our own, this bond has weakened.

Now, if I am honest, it is my husband who I am closest to. I can share anything and everything with him. We do have our share of arguments and disagreements but he gets me as I get him. I am lucky that after 35 years of marriage, we have a developed a friendship that lets us be open and frank with each other.

Please do share in the comments your answer. Or you can write a post of your own and share the link in the comments so that I can find your post.

Thanks

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35 thoughts on “Sunday Poser # 5

  1. When it comes to blood family, I am closest to my brother who is on the other side of the world in NZ. He has always been there for me and I can talk to him about anything.
    Hubby is my soul mate, rock, companion, partner, my world, my everything.
    We know a lot of people, and a couple are more like family.
    Then I have the blogging community, my adoptive family. I am truly blessed to know some wonderful people.

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  2. I am closest to my daughters. My ex-husband was my best friend for many years but unfortunately alcoholism destroyed our relationship.
    I also have a few friends that I can talk to about anything, things that I wouldn’t want to discuss with my daughters because they ARE my daughters. I wouldn’t want to burden them.

    Great prompt this week, Sadje! You’ve posed some great “thinkers”!πŸ€”πŸ€—πŸ₯°πŸ’•πŸŒ 

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  3. In this moment, it would be my oldest son, and, oddly, or maybe not so, the people I work with. We’ve drawn closer together since the pandemic in an effort to keep the business of education moving forward and people served. Hm. That was fun to reflect upon, Sadje, thanks. πŸ™‚

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