When we first moved to San Francisco I was worried that my kids would have a hard time making friends. Now that two years have passed I can see that I didn’t have anything to worry about. Both of my daughters have the sweetest group of friends. In this time of transition for our family they have treated my girls so well. They have loved on them, given very special gifts, given their time so they could make a few more memories and they have made sure to let my girls know how important they are to them. It makes my mother’s heart so joyful and thankful that they have made such supportive friends.




If I could thank each of them I would say,

Thank you for treating my daughter so well. Thank you for loving her and telling her so. Thank you for being true friends, people who make her laugh, hold her when she cries and encourage her to enjoy her next adventure. Thank you for being her people. Thank you for sending her off well and letting her know you’d be there when she returns. I am so grateful for each of you.




2 thoughts on “Friendship

  1. I love this post! I prayed a lot for your girls in their transition – but their experience really exceeded even what I’d hoped. Thank You, God!

  2. Thank you for your prayers Susan. I am so thankful for how God has blessed them with great friends. It’s a bittersweet end of the year.

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