Thank You for Being My Friend
Do you remember what you did the last time you were with a friend? You can probably recite where you were, and how you felt about it, even if it was long ago. No doubt that memory will cause you to recall other times you were with a friend, too. Friendships with others are important to us, whether it is with someone you haven’t known for long, or with someone that goes back for years. This book explores the kaleidoscope of types of friendships that can exist, and just like fingerprints, no two relationships are alike.
The Gift of Friendship is a compilation of over fifty, true short stories from a variety women sharing their friendships. The editor has divided them into nine different categories, such as “pursuing friendship” to “old friends.” Some of these tales will cause you to giggle, some will bring a lump to your throat, but many, if not all, will touch your heart.
We may not recall the great buy we found a couple of years ago, or the way to drive to a particular spot, but the memories we have from the people in our lives–our friendships–will stay with us forever. Friendships are important to us, and how they make us feel, resonate to our very core.
I enjoyed this book, it is easy to read, and many of the stories are easy to identify with. God created us to be in relationships, just as the book of Hebrews reminds us, “ And let us not neglect our meeting together…”
Open this book, and enjoy the gift of friendship as experienced by many different people, in a variety of circumstances. After you’re done, you might be inspired to reach out to your friend, whether it be via the post office, the telephone, or one of today’s many social media options. This 5-star book would be a nice gift to give a friend, or as a gift to give to yourself.
The publisher has provided bookreadingtic with a complimentary copy of The Gift of Friendship, through Revell Publishing for the purpose of review. I have not been compensated in any other manner. All opinions expressed are my own, and I was not required, or influenced, to give anything but an honest appraisal. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.
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