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Sister's Day cards for a teenager

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It’s a day you shouldn’t miss: the day to celebrate your sis! Sisters’ Day is a day for
everyone with a sister or who is a sister to celebrate. Arriving every year on the first
Sunday of every August, it’s the perfect time to set aside your sibling rivalry and
kick back with your sympathetic sibling to sip some lemonade or some other sisterly
activity. And it’s also a great time to let your sister know you’re thinking of her, and you
appreciate her help throughout your life. It’s common to send sisters a message or card
for Sisters’ Day, though it’s recommended not to send any cards saying “Mom loves me

The celebration of Sisters ‘Day remains relatively informal. Though rumored to have
roots that go as far back as ancient India, it still has received little official recognition.
However, plenty of people still choose to celebrate it; after all, how can we forget the one
person who has been there for us, even after our parents put us on a time out? Though it
may not be as well organized as the parental holidays, your sis will surely still appreciate
a friendly greeting on Sisters’ Day – you might even take Sisters’ Day as an opportunity
to apologize for all those noogies you gave her, even if she deserved them.