Tuesday, January 11, 2011

A little request....

yes, she's holding his hand which she showed me proudly
and then said, "him's my best friend" and kissed it.
Think we missed G?
Dear Lord,

If it's in the cards, please allow this friendship to go unscathed in the growing up process.  We've heard the horror stories that accompany growing up, going to school, finding your niche, etc.  But if possible, please see that these two remain kind,
considerate and appreciative of each other.  I mean, you are the miracle worker so while I'm asking, I'd like to request that they never do anything that would hurt the other's feelings.  I know, Jane's a girl which means she'll likely have hurt feelings on a daily basis but as long as it's not at the hands of G, that would be great.  And vice versa, of course, if you could prevent Jane from ever being responsible for any unkind word at G's expense....awesome.

I realize this is a lot to ask but I totally subscribe to "ask not, want not."  Thanks for the consideration.



  1. This just brought a tear to my eye. I truly hope this comes true because their relationship is wonderful. I feel the same way when it comes to my boys' early childhood friendships - hoping as they grow and change at school, that they always remember the kids they couldn't wait to play with when they got off the bus.