They're five sisters who grew up in four cities on two continents. They grew up, grew apart and then came together again, connecting in adulthood as friends. Five personaliities. five points of view, five very different lives, united by the common belief that whether by nature or by choice, being someones sister or friend is what gives meaning to our lives
Women have an amazing ability to make family out of friends! This book is the first I have found that actually cronicles how and why this happens in a funny, entertaining way.
Five sisters in four cities; how they stay connected.
Wonderful, rollicking personal stories of the sisters. Fun read.
The sisters' essays on life and how they have benefited from their large family. Not as humorous as I had expected, but interesting.
The Dolan sisters share their approach to life that's rooted in big family wisdom. Their theory: there are five sense that you are born with, and then there are the five uncommon senses you acquire when you grow up in a family of ten ( 5 five sisters+ 3 brothers + 2 parents), which prepares you for life in the real world.
This was an interesting book. It was cool to see the different prespectives of all the sisters.
...whether by nature or by choice, being someone's sister or friend is what gives meaning to our lives. Everybody needs a satellite sister, the person you turn to whenthe best things in life happen or the worst....uncommon senses-5 essential traits needed to face the challenges and demands of our over-subscribed modern lives-and still en the day with our laughter intact.
Its a cute nonfiction story of 5 grown real-life sisters. Their lives aren't perfect and neither are they but they rely on each other.
This was interesting reading, and funny too.