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    GOT SENSE

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    Drifting Apart

    Post  GOT SENSE on Tue Oct 20, 2009 9:34 pm

    I have two girlfriends whom I've regarded as true friends for more than 20 years. One of them is really down to earth, and is the epitome of a TRUE FRIEND, so I continue to bond and spend time with her more than I do with the other, and for me...that's alright. What I have learned is that friendships have seasons. When a friendhsip is new, it's like seeds sewn in the fertile earth on a spring day. If the seeds of friendship are properly fed and nurtured, they flourish and grow into a strong relationship. Sometimes a friendship is long and hot, and full of adventure, fun, and excitement like the days of summer. As the autumn of a friendship approaches, the relationship may begin to wane toward the dormance of winter. This may or may not be good thing. The dormant period is a time for evaluation and regrouping in the name of fortifying and/or rejuvenating the friendship. In spring the friendship has the potential to be reborn. My down to earth girl and I will always be friends. We've known each other since we were in kindergarten and second grade. My other girl,...well, I still regard her as "my girl," but we have drifted apart. We've been through a lot but presently we're engaged in a long winter. We have yet to have that "Come to Jesus" type courageous conversation, but once we do, our winter will meld into spring and we will again, feed and nurture our relationship.
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    Re: Drifting Apart

    Post  YOUNGGIRL83 on Wed Oct 21, 2009 8:30 pm

    The one girl friend you have been friend with for 20+ years was put in your life forever. But dont put off the other friend because she was put in life for something. Or you was put in her life for something, always be a friend it is hard to come buy good a friends!

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