A friend

A true friend…

  •  is someone who sees you at your worst but never forgets your best.
  • is someone who thinks you’re a little bit more wonderful than you really are.
  • is someone you can talk with for hours or be with in complete silence.
  • is as happy for your success as you are.
  • trusts you enough to say what he really means when talking to you.
  • doesn’t try to know more, act smarter, or be your constant teacher.

(quoted from Winning With People by John Maxwell)
(Click here to read the top five characteristics of a good friend)

3 thoughts on “A friend

  1. Hey! Just stumbled on your blog and was wondering if your wife is the Sherri I know from Lebanon, GMC? I worked with her at Green Dragon for a summer and would love to get in touch with her again (if indeed I have the right people). :o) My name is Sharron (Sherman) Teed
    On another note, we would be interested in visiting your church sometime if you could let us know where it is…my husband and I are over-the-road truck drivers, so we are almost never at the same church 2 Sundays in a row.

  2. Hope all is well. I’m thinking of visiting Walls Down this summer. My friend has a daughter who lives near where you are going. Enjoy your blog, say hi to Sherri and the ladies.
    I’m having trouble leaving comments from my home computer so I am trying from work. I’d don’t like to do it from here.
    Lynda

  3. A friend is who share their thoughts, happiness, sad, worries and secret with each other. She/He will always be there when you need her/him. As long as you wish to share your happiness/sorrow. They will always support and give you a listening ear and assistance.

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