To My Little Lineage
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To My Little Lineage

Keep on keeping on, my dudes.

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To My Little Lineage
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So I was lucky enough to ask one last member to my sorority line which goes me to thinking. I am beyond blessed that I met the four other women that make up my little line.

I realize that although I, like my big, are leaving the lineage to the young ones, there are a couple of things I wanted to say before I graduated.

Big, you know I love you beyond words. You truly became the big sister I never had growing up and that is something I will cherish for the rest of my life. You have given me so much love and taught me so many lessons that I needed to learn during college. Although I didn't really know you before reveal, I am so glad I met you when I did.

Thank you for supporting me from halfway across the country.

Lex, my little. I knew from day one that you were meant to be my little. I cannot wait to watch you become the nurse that you aspire to be. Since day one of meeting you, it is the one thing you have always talked to me about. You have the ambition and drive to become an amazing nurse after you are done with school.

Thank you for loving me and going through this crazy journey of life during school with me.

Kyndra, my sweet grandchild. You have so much to look forward to as you continue your academic career. I see how excited you are to teach and change the mind's of young children as a teacher. You're someone full of spunk and courage to continue on when times get tough.

Thank you for inspiring me.

Ri, my great-grandchild. (WOW, I am OLD). Welcome to this little lineage. I am so excited that I even had the chance to meet you at the reveal. You have got many mentors in your corner now. Kyndra is an amazing woman who will guide you through this organization and school. She loves you so much and wants you to succeed in all you do. I am elated that I will be around while you are going to school here.

This family will always support each member in it.

Much love,

ggbig.

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