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Friday, celebrating a friend…

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This week my bestest friend was off with her hubby on vacation.
 A vacation without work or kids.  
 I hope she got a sexy new nightgown to take with her.  
  Really, long time married and off on their own for a whole week should mean…well,  
you know what it should mean without my spelling it out.

The point of this post is not about that…
It is about finding some small thing that I did or that happened this week that I can celebrate.
Being a not too interesting person  (I really don’t do much of anything) this is no easy task.

But as I was pondering the week  I thought about my bestest friend.
She is not a small thing in my life she is a big part of my life.  
But she is someone I celebrate knowing.
My life is richer and more fun and happier because she is a part of it.
I can laugh, talk about anything, rant and rave, and just be me when I am with her.
I have even cried.  Not something I do!

So this is what I celebrate this week…my friend…”Lucy”.

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Today, I think I am one lucky ditz to have a friend who is much more than a friend.

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23 thoughts on “Friday, celebrating a friend…

  1. You’re right about friendship. My pal Linda has been a real lifesaver for me due to my ongoing health challenges. She writes to me twice a day…she listens…it’s so humbling to have a friend. Nice essay Patricia.

    1. Thank you for the visit and comment. I like the celebration blog hop. Good idea. Makes one think and not take so much for granted.

  2. A special friend is a lovely thing to celebrate! It’s important never to take the people in our lives for granted. Your friend sounds very special, and you are indeed blessed! My life isn’t very interesting either, pretty simple and routine, but you know I like it that way! For me it is something to celebrate, since I’ve lived with lots of drama in the past and it’s usually not all that fun! 🙂 I love the concept of remembering to celebrate the small things, I’m going to have to check this blog hop out… thanks for sharing!

    1. I am quite fine with my boring life. Actually, it isn’t boring to me but I am sure other people look at it and think it is truly dull.

    1. Michelle, your comment went to spam so I didn’t see it until just now. Sorry. Thanks for visiting. Now I am off to see you.

  3. How wonderful, you are both blessed to have that special friend that you feel safe with. Not many folks every have that.

  4. I hadn’t noticed, Patricia, until the A-Z challenge, this similar style of writing you show here again. I love this. You do it so effectively. I think I like it because it’s whimsical.

    1. I think my writing style…if you can call it that…has evolved over the 2 or 3 years I have been blogging. Took a while to find my “voice”. Thank you for the encouragement.

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