My friends are awesome. I don't think I tell them enough, but I don't know where I'd be without them. As humans, friendship is an intricate aspect of our lives. We don't like to be alone, and having people you connect with is a blessing beyond relief.
Friendship Is A Two-Way Street (Day 4)
My friends know me too well. They know what excites me enough to make me dance like a lunatic (and they know that I lack any good dance coordination, as with my Zumba attempts), they know what saddens me, they know what angers me, and they know what makes me happy.
I am grateful for my friends. They are some very wonderful individuals. Some live near me, some live far away, but one thing can be said about all of them: when I need them, they will be there for me in some way or another.
I am grateful for the opportunity to be a friend. Friendship is a two-way street. It has taught me how to help and to listen to other people. And I especially appreciate being called out on something I have done so that I can work on being a better friend when they need me.
Lastly, I am grateful for my friends because they fill in the voids of my life. They make me smile, make me laugh, make me happy, and give me purpose. They encourage me when I am down, and rejoice with me in my successes. They are the voice of reason when I am struggling with a difficult decision to make. I don't know where I'd be without all of them. You know who you are: I love you all.
Just remember: we weren't meant to go through this life alone.