Friday, July 16, 2010


Recently there has been lots of talk about friendship and adulthood. Developing friendships is a skill that we learn at an early age. We make friends throughout our lives and some are friends for a season or a moment in time and then they are gone but some friendships withstand the test of time. True friends accept you for who you are. True friends challenge you to be your best and are there to pick up the pieces when you fall. I've had my share of fairweathered friends and I also have friends who are lifelong. Recently, I have dealt with my share of fairweathered friends. Those who are there for the good but can't take the bad. Those who rather smile at you and then stab you in the back. I am sad that I have had to endure these bumps in the road but I know these are the things that make you appreciate your true friends.

Recently, I received a note from a long lost friend. The card made me smile, cry and wish for those carefree days again. It also made me realize that having quality friends is much better than the quantity of friends.

I have friends from all facets of my life, childhood, high school, college and adult. I am thankful for my true friends and am counting my blessings tonight and each day for every single one of you.


Ashlee & Gordon said...

I got Jaxon's diaper bag at Nordstrom. It was a little more than I wanted to pay but my mom got it for us. I have to say we are spoiled!!

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