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Friendship is the wine and the coffee for my soul. Doing motherhood without them is like watching a comedy alone weird, gross, and not all that funny. I have enough mind-numbing conversations with my children God love em.
I need real in my life. I need friends that are real, and friends that I can be real around. I scout out people who I can potentially bring into my home when my bathroom looks like it belongs in a gas station. One of those ones right off the freeway that you have to ask for the key and bring a friend, so you are not murdered. They might gasp a little because they are human, they might even bring their own hand sanitizer, but they will not judge.
They will be themselves, and let me be me. I like my friends to be themselves without apology. I have a friend that drinks decaf and makes her own yogurt. I have a friend that homeschools and hates TV. We love each other, and we also respect each other.
Being different is a good thing. Givers, not just takers. No judgement here at all. That said, my giving capacity is chock full. For a friendship to have longevity at this stage in the game, it needs to be a two way street. They are not easily offended. I need friends that give me the benefit of the doubt, and talk to me so I can apologize if I hurt their feelings. I am way past being impressed with a perfect life. Also, small taIk is boring. I want to talk about our dreams and struggles, saggy boobs, and the gross things our kids do.
Being real is my one friend-necessity. They see the best in others and in life. I want to keep it real, but I also want to encourage each other, and see beauty in the messiest days. We can laugh together. I have cried with most of my close friends, but first we laughed. Laughter is what I need when the days are long and the laundry piles are endless.
It is my therapy of choice. The only way to do this is together.
May we all find the ones that free us to be our best selves. For more like this you can follow me here, on Facebookand on Instagram. Great read! I am a straight talking person. Thank you for this great read. I totally agree! Being able to be the real me and have a friend feel comfortable being their real self is the truest form of friendship. Great read. I just had a cathartic meltdown to my friend. She not only relieved my tension but also saved my marriage and saved me from child murder charges.
All the while, NOT judging me! The struggle is real out here! I identified with your words so much. Can I repost?
I met up with one of my oldest girlfriends Friday night for a drink and it was sooooooo nice and much needed. To have a conversation and not feel judged, and be able to talk openly without holding back was such a release. Your qualities in a friendship are on point! Yes to all of this! I promise to have wine and beer and tea and coffee. Amen, amen and amen, sister. YOu captured this perfectly.
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