What? You didn’t know that today is National Siblings Day?  Well..clearly you have not made it over to facebook in the last few hours. Siblings are trendtastic today and I have to say… I’m kind of loving it.

Though it is brand new as far as national celebration days go, Siblings Day is the perfect opportunity to reflect on the good times you’ve spent with your brothers and/or sisters over the years. And if you don’t happen to have similarly-aged sharers of your DNA in your life, think of those who might as well fit that bill – your urban family, that brother from another mother or sister from another mister (see below).

One of the best things about becoming a gun girl has been more time spent with family. Thankfully, that includes all of my siblings. I am a firm believer that the family who shoots together, stays together. Hello… Duck Dynasty, anyone? So here’s to National Sibling day. Take time to celebrate it with your closest family members, blood relatives or not. And if your celebration involves firearms, shoot me a photo and I will post it below. Pun fully intended.

 

Me and one of my bros cleaning our guns after a great day of shooting. He's gonna kill me for posting this.

Me and one of my bros cleaning our guns after a great day of shooting. I’m rocking the inside-out sweatshirt look to avoid carbon stains, but I think I was on to something, don’t you? It will be a trend soon. #sarcasm

 

 

 

 

My little sister showing that paper who's boss at a night out with the Austin Sure Shots.

My little sister showing that paper who’s boss at a night out with the Austin Sure Shots. Such fun memories. 🙂 And look at that solid grip! She makes her big sister proud.

More bro range time circa... oh, who knows.

More bro range time circa… oh, who knows.

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We’re not technically shooting in this one, but I have no doubt that guns were discussed that day.

 

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My brother from another mother. I think this might have been his very first time shooting.

Gun education with my might-as-well-be sisters.

Gun education with my might-as-well-be sisters. (Yes, it was pointed in a safe direction and unloaded, as you can see.)