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This Made Me Think of You !


I like you because of
who you are to me….
A true friend.

And if I don’t get this
back I’ll take the hint.

Please send to 5
people in 5 minutes.


‘A good friend will
always be there for you….

no matter what!

Proud To Be
Your Friend!

Make sure you read
all the way down to
the last sentence,
and don’t skip ahead.

I’ve learned….
That life is like a
roll of toilet paper….
The closer it gets
to the end, the
faster it goes.

I’ve learned….
That we should be
glad God doesn’t
give us everything
we ask for.

I’ve learned….
That money DOES NOT
buy class!!

I’ve learned…that it’s those small daily happenings that make life so spectacular.

I’ve learned…
That under everyone’s
hard shell is someone
who wants to be
and loved.

I’ve learned….
That the Lord didn’t
do it all in one day
What makes me
think I can?

I’ve learned….
That the less time
I have to work,
the more things
I get done.

To all of you…. Make
sure you read all the
way down to the
last sentence.

It’s National

Show your friends
how much you care.

Send this to everyone
you consider a FRIEND!

Even if it means sending
it back to the person
who sent it to you. 

If it comes back to you,
then you’ll know you
have a circle of friends.



Interesting to See if You Send This Back

What would you do if every time you wanted someone they would never be there?


 What would you do if for every moment you were truly happy there would be 10 moments of sadness? 
 What would you do if your best friend died tomorrow and you never got to tell them how you felt?


 So, I just wanted to say, even if I never talk to you again in my life, you are special to me and you have made a difference in my life. 

 I look up to you, respect you, and truly cherish you.


  Send this to all your friends, no matter how often you talk, or how close you are, and send it to the person who sent it to you.
 Let old friends know you haven’t forgotten them, and tell new friends you never will.

  Remember, everyone needs a friend, someday you might feel like you have NO FRIENDS at all, just remember this e-mail and take comfort in knowing somebody out there cares about you and always will.


 I’ll Always Be There





In times of trouble,
 In times of need,
 If you are feeling SAD,
 You can count on me. 

 I will give you a wink,


  Until you smile, 

  give you a hug, 


  And stand by your side. 

 I’ll be there for you till the end,
 I’ll always and forever, be your friend!



Being a Mother

We are sitting at lunch when my daughter
casually mentions that she and her
husband are thinking of “starting a family.”
“We’re taking a survey,” she says, half-joking.
“Do you think I should have a baby?”
“It will change your life,” I say, carefully
keeping my tone neutral.
“I know,” she says, “no more sleeping in on
weekends, no more spontaneous vacations….”

But that is not what I meant at all. I look
at my daughter, trying to decide what to tell her.
I want her to know what she will never learn in
childbirth classes. I want to tell her that the
physical wounds of child bearing will heal,
but that becoming a mother will leave her with an
emotional wound so raw that she will forever
be vulnerable.

I consider warning her that she will never
again read a newspaper without asking
“What if that had been MY child?” That
every plane crash, every house fire will haunt her.
That when she sees pictures of starving
children, she will wonder if anything could
be worse than watching your child die.

I look at her carefully manicured nails and
stylish suit and think that no matter how
sophisticated she is, becoming a mother will
reduce her to the primitive level of a bear
protecting her cub.

That an urgent call of “Mom!” will cause her
to drop a souffle or her best crystal without
a moment’s hesitation.

I feel I should warn her that no matter how
many years she has invested in her career,
she will be professionally derailed by motherhood.
She might arrange for childcare, but one day
she will be going into an important business
meeting and she will think of her baby’s sweet
smell. She will have to use every ounce of her
discipline to keep from running home,
just to make sure her baby is all right.

I want my daughter to know that everyday
decisions will no longer be routine.
That a five year old boy’s desire to go to
the men’s room rather than the women’s at
McDonald’s will become a major dilemma.
That right there, in the midst of clattering trays
and screaming children, issues of independence and
gender identity will be weighed against the
prospect that a child molester may be lurking in
that restroom.

However decisive she may be at the office,
she will second-guess herself constantly as a mother.
Looking at my attractive daughter, I want to
assure her that eventually she will shed the
pounds of pregnancy, but she will never feel the
same about herself. That her life, now so important,
will be of less value to her once she has a child.
That she would give it up in a moment to save her
offspring, but will also begin to hope for more
years– not to accomplish her own dreams, but to watch
her child accomplish their.

I want her to know that a cesarean scar or
shiny stretch marks will become badges of honor.
My daughter’s relationship with her husband will
change, but not in the way she thinks. I wish she could
understand how much more you can love a man who is
careful to powder the baby or who never hesitates to
play with his child. I think she should know
that she will fall in love with him again for
reasons she would now find very unromantic.

I wish my daughter could sense the bond she
will feel with women throughout history who
have tried to stop war, prejudice and drunk driving.

I hope she will understand why I can think
rationally about most issues, but become
temporarily insane when I discuss the threat of
nuclear war to my children’s future.

I want to describe to my daughter the
exhilaration of seeing your child learn to ride a bike.
I want to capture for her the belly laugh of a baby
who is touching the soft fur of a dog or a cat for
the first time.

I want her to taste the joy that is so real, it
actually hurts.

My daughter’s quizzical look makes me realize
that tears have formed in my eyes.
“You’ll never regret it,” I finally say.

Then I reach across the table, squeeze my
daughter’s hand and offer a silent prayer for her,
and for me, and for all of the mere mortal women
who stumble their way into this most wonderful of callings.

This blessed gift from God . . . that of being a Mother.

Smile is Important

 Smile is Important

A smile is the light your window that tells others that
there is a caring, sharing person inside

 Life is short but a smile is takes barely a second


 Every tear has a smile behind it

 A smile is a curve that sets everything straight

 A good neighbor is a fellow who smiles at you over the back
 fence, but doesn’t climb over it

 If you see a friend without a smile; give him one of yours

 A smile on the lips, a grin spreads to the eyes, a chuckle
 comes from the belly, but a good laugh bursts forth from soul,
 over flows, and bubbles all around

 Because of your smile, you make life more beautiful

 Too often we under estimate the power of a smile,
 which have the potential to turn a life around

 Smiles are the language of love

 The real man smiles in troble, gathers strength from distress,
 and grows brave by reflection

 A smile is an in expensive way to change your looks

 All people smile in the same language

 Children smile on the average 400 times/day;
 Adult: 15 times/day.  Ever wonder whay?


 A warm smile is the uiversal language of kindness
 If I thought that a smile of mine, might linger the
 whole day through and lighten some heart with a
 heavier part, I’d not with hold it — Would you ???
 Smile becouse God gave human this beautiful gift –
 A smile…. I sometimes wonder do animals have
 this beautiful gift of smiling
 Smile, not because it costs you or not, but because
 you can make someone smile and make their day

 So smileeeeeee please :-)) …… Hmmm … good,
 looks very good, in fact suits you! our the best 🙂


A Friend

I’m looking for a friend today,
A friend who’ll never stay away.
I want one friend, or maybe two,
But I want a friend who’s just like you.

I’m looking for a friend, you see,
A friend who needs someone like me.
I want this friend, I really do,
But I want a friend who’s just like you.

I’m looking for a friend sincere,
A friend who’ll always bring good cheer.
I want a friend who wants me too,
But I want a friend who’s just like you.

I’m looking for a friend who’s good,
Who’ll do the things a kind friend should.
I want a friend who’s happy too,
But I want a friend who’s just like you.

I’m looking for a loving friend,
Who will not let our friendship end.
I want a friend who’s always true,
I think I’ve found my friend… IT’S YOU!

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