Saturday, February 27, 2010

Friends. What would we do without them.

Ah yes, today I write about friends. A friend will always be there for you.

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A friend doesn't care what you look like.

Friends CommentsFriends make you laugh.

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Friends mean everything.

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AR&T love you.
My best friend died recently of brain cancer and my heart broke. All I have now is memories and thoughts of what might be, that never will.
She was proud. I wonder if it had to do with her Indian heritage. She was strong and she was weak too. Gosh I miss her.

Friends CommentsPeggy and me. But I have made a lot of friends through writing. Publishing a book gave me so much more than a book. It gave me a new outlook on life. Because now I have so many new friends my heart is overwhelmed. And I thank the powers that are every day for this new gift. Love you guys. Each and every one of you.

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  1. Beautiful post, Mary. I'm so sorry about the death of your friend.

  2. Hi Mary

    So sorry to hear about your friend, but what a lovely, lovely post, and I'm sure your friendship meant the world to her.

    You're so right about writing and being published opening up a whole world of friendship, I am so thankful to have you for a friend and all the other wonderful people I've 'met' on line.

    Love you too!

  3. Oh Mary, I'm so sorry sweetie! It is tough to lose a friend. Keep your beautiful memories of her, and she'll always be with you. I also lost a friend to brain cancer a few years ago, and recently named a hero after him. Like your friend, he left much too soon.
    I also cherish you as a friend! You are the number one TWRP cheerleader and positive ray of sunshine, so I've given your blog a Sunshine Award.

  4. A lovely tribute to your friend Mary. She'll always live on in your heart and memories.

    I'm back,