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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Happy Birthday to my BFF, Vicki

Everyone has friends, even best friends, but do they really know how much they mean to you? Even though you don't live just down the road or just around the corner from them they are always with you. Never take them for granted, and never forget to tell them how much they mean to you and how much you love them. I like this poem written by Annie Hall and I wanted to share it today to wish my best friend in the whole world a very happy birthday.

Through Thick and Thin
I could skip a heartbeat, and I would survive,
I could be in a car crash, and still be alive.
The clouds could fall out of the sky,
The oceans could disappear, and all turn dry.


These things in life are all bad I know,

but there's far worse things,
just though you should know.

Life would no be the same without someone like you,
You're there when I need you to help me through.
Through the good times and through the bad,
Be them happy, or be them sad.

I don't have to be with you, to know you're there,

We don't have to see each other, to know that we care.
We could be apart for years upon end,
and still remain the best of friends.

Life goes on, and people change,
And through it all, our friendship shall remain the same.

That's such as a life, and how things come to be.
Just thought you should know,
HOW MUCH YOU MEAN TO ME.


I love you Vick, have a happy birthday. Chow for now. Jacqui

2 Comments:

Blogger Summerthyme Studio said...

Love you too! You just made my day and ditto on the poem

xoxoxox

Vicki

September 28, 2011 at 6:52 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

It truly is a blessing having you as anyone's friend Jacqui. I'm glad I'm one of your friend's as well

September 28, 2011 at 7:41 AM  

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