Gary: I don’t remember much from my early childhood, but I do know that as soon as Sarah started talking, she became the dominant force in the household. She’s never been afraid to speak her mind or to fight for the people she loves. When we were growing up, she also fought with one of the people she loves: me.

We were two very different people. She was confident and knew her own mind; I was introverted, sensitive, did not know my own mind. So we were bound to clash — long car journeys were the worst. Conflicts were never physical, which is probably just as well because I was a weak kid and she was not.

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