After celebrating my 21st birthday, it has made me realize how much friends do for one another on special occasions like this. people spent lots of effort, money and time to make it a day I would never forget. So, feeling sentimental I decided to dedicate this weeks article to friendship.
is for Fun...
...That friends share when they are together.
is for Reliability...
...A true friend is someone that you can always rely on.
is for Interest...
...Someone who is genuinely interested in you, your fears, joys, and life.
is for Energy...
...They pick you up when you are down, and give you the energy to go on and believe in yourself.
is for Nothing...
...Nothing is ever too much, no matter what time it is, night or day.
is for Distance...
...Although the miles may seperate you, a true friend is never far away.
is for Secrets...
...Your feelings and private thoughts that you can only share with a friend.
is for Happiness...
...The way I feel when we are together.
is for Inseparable...
...Through good times and bad, tears and laughter. A friend will always be there for you.
is for Perfect...
...The friendship that you and I share. You make normal days into special days. Turn my tears of sorrow into tears of laughter.
My world is a brighter place due to the friendship and love that we share.
~~ Author Unknown ~~
is for the funny things you say that make me smile.
is for the radiant way you light up my life.
is for the intelligence that you have shown you possess.
is for the excellence you strive for each and every day.
is for the nice things you say and do.
is for the daring things that you say once in awhile.
is for the way you selfishlessly give of yourself.
is for your helping way I know I can count on.
is for the interesting things you share with me.
is for the passion you have for life.
All of these letters represent a quality that I believe you possess...
~~ Author Unknown ~~
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