Once there lived a man, with heart so kind,
Whose love for his daughters, forever entwined.
In a humble garden, a magical space,
He embarked on a journey, a father's embrace.
With hands of a sculptor, he molded with care,
A garden of statues, a legacy to share.
Each figure bespoke of love's purest form,
A testament to his daughters, through sun and storm.
For his eldest, a statue of grace and might,
A dancer in motion, a radiant light.
In her poised elegance, a spirit unbound,
A reminder of strength that forever surrounds.
And for his youngest, a statue of dreams,
With open arms and eyes that gleam.
A book in her hands, a world to explore,
Imagination unleashed, forevermore.
Through days and nights, he toiled away,
Creating a haven where his daughters could play.
A garden of statues, a sanctuary serene,
Where their spirits could wander, evergreen.
Each sculpture carried their essence and soul,
A tribute to the love that made them whole.
In the midst of flowers, blossoms so rare,
The garden breathed life, a tender affair.
As the seasons danced, the garden grew,
Nurtured by love, blossoms anew.
Their laughter echoed in the whispering breeze,
With every petal, memories to seize.
And as the years passed, his daughters would see,
The gift of a garden, a father's decree.
A testament to love, a bond so strong,
In the statues' embrace, they forever belong.
For in each delicate feature, a tale to unfold,
A father's devotion, a story untold.
A garden of statues, a legacy pure,
A symbol of love that will endure.
So let the garden bloom, its beauty unveiled,
A testament to a father whose love never paled.
His daughters forever cherished, their spirits set free,
In a garden of statues, a legacy's decree.
Who We Are
Sister's Place came to life on January 17th, 2003 when our fourth and final sister came to be born. A family of four daughters, our father decided to build a place for us to have a place to play & explore. One thing led to another and 20 years later, we now have a beautiful concrete museum and we are ready to share with the world, to inspire all the little explorers, readers, adventurers, and observers like our little selves had the blessing to be able to do.