If there’s one thing that a woman neck-deep in the delight of raising young men needs, it’s a sweetheart friend to stand by her side. And God has given me many. But this one goes out to my friend Tammy, the Thelma to my Louise, a sister-girl friend, one who understands most of what I’m feeling, because she lives in a dear world of men-folk, too.
Thank you, Tammy, for making me laugh. For balancing my serious nature with your joy. For loving my sons. For having them over frequently. For making me do out-of –my-zone things like riding your horses and bobbing behind your four wheeler on a sled. Thank you for praying for me. For reminding me of God’s good grace. For washing a hundred loads of our man-boy clothes because an out-of-order washer or dryer is a regular deal.
And thank you for not celebrating my birthday by putting a mannequin on my front porch.
You are precious to me, Friend, and I know that our sisterhood is a dear gift from God.
Life became sweeter and richer the day you came along.
WRITING NEWS: In keeping with the snowy picture, I’d like to share that Cecil Murphey and Marley Gibson’s The Spirit of Christmas, a collection of Christmas stories, will be available for the holiday season. My story,"Karen’s Timely Gift" (thank you, precious Karen, I love you), was selected to be included.
The book will be released in October but can be pre-ordered now. And like Christmas Miracles (2009), it's beautiful.
Link Here: The Spirit of Christmas