Living Life in a Fish Bowl!

Gloria’s take on life.

i got your back

A lot has been written about friendship.  There are plenty of books on the subject.  As far as that goes there are plenty of opinions about just what is friendship.

For me this pretty much sums it up. ” A friend loves at all times”   Proverbs 17:17.  Pretty straight forward, fairly simple, yet its meaning runs deep.                 

              aug 29 2009

I absolutely love this picture.  What you can’t tell by looking at the picture is that we are laughing.  I can only imagine what it looked like as Tonya attempted to get this shot.  (yea for timers)  Good times!

As you can tell by our hair the wind is blowing.  This is quite symbolic for me because in life it can get a bit breezy or even down right windy.   I value friendships — I am grateful for those in my life who have my back.

I am blessed in my life to have people who love me no matter what.  This has been tested a bit more lately as I have entered into the nether world of pre- menopause.  Which, by the way, seems to come in tidal waves — or at times it may even be considered a tsunami.   Really trying not to make excuses but also trying to stay in the truth.  It is not a walk in the park — this entering into the next stage of life.  

Through the good times and the bad times, through laughter and through tears,  rejoicing with one another and travailing in prayer for each other — that’s just what friends are. 

To each one of you that has and is impacting my life — thank you.  I am blessed.

til next time

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August 30, 2009 - Posted by | menopause, perimenopause, relationships | , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. We have some very good friends in our lives.

    Comment by Pastor Curt | August 31, 2009 | Reply

  2. […] already blogged about this picture but I couldn’t write about ‘Day at the Lake’ and not include […]

    Pingback by day at the lake « Living Life in a Fish Bowl! | September 3, 2009 | Reply


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