Friendships in the Lone Star State

The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart.  ~  Elisabeth Foley

Terry and I made a stop in Dallas to look up some friends living in the general vicinity.  There were 3 couples I had worked with in Yellowstone that I had hoped to see, but unfortunately, with short notice and other appointments already made, this was not to be.  I am optimistic that I may see some of them next summer back in Yellowstone.  We were fortunate, however, to have lunch with Jennifer, a young woman whom I had worked with several years ago in the mortgage industry.

Jennifer is a warm, giving woman, intelligent and full of energy.  She has a wonderful husband and three adorable children.  I feel truly blessed to call her my friend, one of those special friends that you can reconnect with immediately, no matter the distance or time spent apart, even the 6 years since we had last seen each other.  Although our visit was short, I am thankful for the time we had together and look forward to seeing her husband Jon and their children when we next meet, hopefully not 6 years from now.

This week is Jennifer’s 40th birthday.  We hope it is as special as the woman she is.  Happy birthday Jennifer!

Jennifer & me
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