On Friendship

“Just thinking about a friend makes you want to do a happy dance, because a friend is someone who loves you in spite of your faults.”
― Charles M. Schulz

I will be forever grateful for the friends I have in my life.  We do not always keep in the best of touch; we do not have to to talk to each other every day, but I know that they will be there for me when I need to share happy news, complain about a crappy day at work, share a funny quote that my son said that day, or exclaim over my amazing shoe clearance find!  And they know that I am here for them in exactly the same way.  To offer reassurances when they are feeling down or not up to a task, to tell them it is going to be okay when something bad happens – because we will MAKE it be okay, to tell them that, yes, everything does happen for a reason, to exclaim over an amazing show clearance find!  After all, that is what friends are for.  This is how friends – real, true, honest-to-goodness, soul-similar, friends-for-the-rest-of-life, can-pick-up-a-phone-after-a-month-and-converse-like-only-a-day-has-passed, or tell-crazy-jokes-with-the-same-twisted-sense-of-humor-and-laugh-uproariously – are.

I really love my friends – old and new – and I really just felt that today I needed to tell them that.

 Thanks for being in my life friends! 🙂


4 thoughts on “On Friendship

    1. Well get to tellin’ them! 😀

      I probably should have posted about April Fool’s now that I think about it, but I’ve never pulled an April Fool’s prank so that wasn’t really an option! Haha!

  1. So nice!!! True friends are hard to find so when you have them, hold them, tell them and show them. You just did 🙂

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