F-R-I-E-N-D

I once read in a nonfiction book about a special friendship formed between two incredible – & incredibly different – men who happened to meet. When one of the men first asked the other to be his friend, the recipient of the question took a long time, at least a couple days, to mull it over before eventually agreeing. He knew a real frienship required a true commitment to a relationship, requiring a conscious investment of time & energy to keep the connection alive, healthy & growing.

I’m thankful for my 23-year friendship with my spectacular friend Lisa! 

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