Friday, July 3, 2009

Make New Friends, But Keep the Old...

A couple of times a year, my pal Tina comes into town. A couple of buddies from Baton Rouge come down as we meet at Tina's daughter's house to catch up on each other's lives. Paige is so gracious to let us use her house as our base. These ladies are my some of oldest friends...the ones I have kept in contact with the longest over the years. We initially met in college and later worked together. Debbie and Gina were in my wedding and Tina has given me support and strength (although she might not realize it) throughout the years. We don't get to see each other as often as we would like due to work and family commitments as well as distance.

Friends bring so much richness to your lives. These three ladies are my a few of my "golden girls". They are gold treasures in my collection of friends.

2 comments:

Nancy said...

Awh, that's really great that you all have remained close over the years. I often wonder what will become of my good buddies from college as we are getting married off and starting families. I have a feeling some will always remain close and I aspire to have your group still one day:)

Merry said...

We don't get to see each other as much as we would like, but I treasure the times we do. You are right in thinking some will always remain close. They will become your golden friends.