How to be a Good Friend

Good friends listen carefully.

Good friends take turns.

Good friends say kind things.

Good friends share.

Good friends are dependable.

Good friends help each other.

Good friends can disagree without hurting each other’s feelings

Good friends respect each other.

Lilliana got this at school the other day. It is very true. I am thankful to all my good friends who have been supportive, loving and helpful during this extremely difficult time in our lives. It is a constant struggle each and every day and forever will be. The loss of our Julian has changed our lives forever. I will always think about him and cry that he is not here with us anymore. He was our little baby. He was real. This is real. We just have to try our best to make it through each day with the help of our children, our friends and each other.

In loving memory of my sweet baby boy.

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One thought on “How to be a Good Friend

  1. The healing process is slow, especially if the wound is deep, but the wound will heal, it will leave a scar, but that scar too will fade, that spot might always be tender, but it will not bleed forever.
    Take it one day at a time.
    -Sincerely Unsigned

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