Tag Archives: friendship

Give all the Heart – #Quotes

31 Jul

It is more shameful to distrust our friends than to be deceived by them.
**Confucius

Hold On Tight

22 Aug

“Right now, the person’s hand that you hold – The chance of meeting that person is like a miracle. Even when you go into the light, don’t let go of that hand.”

~ Nobuta wo Produce

Good Times and Bad

15 Jun

“Friendship isn’t about who you’ve known the longest. It’s about who walked into your life and said ‘I’m Here for you.’ And Proved it.”

~ Anonymous

True Friendship

19 May

True Friendship

Friendship is hard to depict and hard to define, but these two were a great example :) They were laughing and joking with one another, and I couldn’t help but capture it on film. They seemed like great kids.  To be so close to each other, content in each other’s company, and comfortable around each other is a truly amazing gift.

Pandas!!

19 Jan
Panda slippers

New Panda Slippers

So, these may very well not be the chicest things I have ever worn, but I absolutely love my new panda bear slippers! (Only $1.30! so awesome!!)  But, while I would love to show off these darling panda faces (who could say “no” to those toes?!?), it is what they made me think about that is more important.  I was sitting there, admiring my darling purchase, when I watched some lovely young woman stand in line at the food court.

She had it all: the leather boots, fitted pants, elegant shirt/vest, lovely scarf swept fashionably across her shoulder, hair styled perfectly. However, the two friends with  her were far more dressed-down. One was wearing her college sweats with Ugg boots and an old sweatshirt; the other had on some blue jeans, a Superman t-shirt, and bright neon pink tennies.    The comfortable-clothes wearing girls were laughing, chatting, and having a wonderful time.  Meanwhile, ms. style-queen was just standing there, saying nothing, and staring at them as though through a wall.  I didn’t even realize they were together until the other two turned and tried to engage her in conversation.  Even then, she just seemed distant.  And while I watched ms. style-queen, I couldn’t help but think that I would rather have my amazing panda bear slippers, my neon blue sunglasses, my winnie-the-pooh t-shirt, and my crazy personality, than be that seemingly perfect woman.

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