Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures

Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures


I’d Do Anything for You, Dear…

If you are blessed, there are a few friends in your life for whom you would do just about anything.  And, then, when it was all over, you might be inclined to say, “It wasn’t a big deal…it’s my friend. I’d do anything…”

Heroic acts or simple gestures.  Both find reason enough in the answer, “Because you are my friend.”

Don’t talk of friendship, send rose.  – Karl Enohpelet

As friends, we don’t see eye to eye, but then we don’t hear ear to ear either.  – Buster Keaton –

Funny you should like me, I only know you as a friend. – Oscar Wilde –

A friend lay dying and I could have said, “Raise your head a little and I’ll try to show you Spain,” but he slipped away and I’ll never have the chance again. – Rod McKuen –

 

 



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