Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Top 2 Tuesday

Things You've Learned About Friendship
1. True friends are always there. Year after year, day after day they listen to your problems, cheer for you, laugh with you and are there for you for all of life's big events. You can call a true friend and no matter where or when they'll be there if you need them. 
2. Friendships come and go for a reason. You end a friendship or lose friends because sometimes you drift apart or become so different there's nothing to stand on together. Those people were never really your friend... they were a convenient acquaintance. Accept the loss because the ones who do matter will always be there. 

In my 26 years of life, I've been fortunate enough to meet and become friends with some great people. To all of my friends out there, you're a treasure in my life! 

17 comments:

Bri said...

I like this post! While it's sad to lose a friend, I completely agree with you here. And judging by your pictures, it looks as though you have some AMAZING friendships!

Stephanie the PW said...

so sweet! :) You're a great gal and a good friend yourself!

Krysten @ After 'I Do' said...

Great post lady!

JMJE said...

Sweet post. I have had many of the same friends since high school

Bird Shit and Baby Caca said...

Love this post! I would be so lost w/out my friends!

Amanda said...

OMG...that picture!!! I just love it. Those were great memories. So glad to be your friend :)

jenn said...

sweet post jennifer!

Samantha the ArmyWife said...

Love this one! :)

SLM said...

I have had lots of convenient acquaintances but very few TRUE friends...they are priceless!!

samnhal said...

This is a good topic! I have recently lost a very good friend. It's hard to let go, but sometimes it has to be done.

(Florida) Girl said...

Cheers to good friends.

Tara said...

Totally agree with #2!

Caroline said...

Great post!!!

Steph said...

Very true! I love this post.

Kerr said...

well said

Hutch said...

I couldn't agree more! It's sad when friendships end, but it's always for a reason.

garden state prep said...

I agree with both points - it's so hard to acknowledge when a friendship has changed or that it's over. I've seen several "friendships" that have faded away in recent years and it's hard at first, but you're right, true friends will continue to be there despite obstacles and inconveniences.