When Sami Tess Goodrich was still in my twin sister Dorothy’s womb, my sister would talk to her saying, “You'd better come out with some kind of something to keep up with your twin sisters!” Yes, I know, twins are suppose to skip a few generations. My twin is fraternal and she naturally conceived identical twins. Go figure. Anyway, back to Sami. She entered this world with the cutest round face and her great, great grandfather’s Irish red hair, which hadn’t surfaced in three generations. Okay, so the lot of us are in Spain and I’m shopping with my other sister Donna in the biggest market I’ve ever seen in my life. The first floor was a football field-sized room with vendors selling every kind of fresh meat, fish, poultry and lamb you can imagine. Honestly, I saw things there I couldn’t even describe to you; food we just don’t see here. As we toured around it dawned on me that we should buy a row of the red sausages for my niece Sami to wear as a necklace, as many of the stalls had these hanging strings of sausages that looked like necklaces. So Donna bought the sausages and we went back to our hotel. Luckily, Sami agreed to wear the sausage "necklace" and the cloth from the nearby table for a dress so I could capture this image. I titled it “Mother Mary watches over Sami”.