Sunday, January 2, 2011

Friendships vs. Associates

Associates

What does associates really mean in your life?
  This person is someone you may see in the store and you know them but you don't really spend major time with.  She or He may be around when you are at networking events, church, business meetings, or work with you.  You know this person is a great person but they can only be an associate because you also know how messes they are and you just don't want to deal with all the issues or baggage they come with.  Can an associate become a friend? Yes, when they have mature and don't have time for the drama anymore.  Now, you can also have associates that are drama free and have their lives all together but you just don't think they will work well in your friend circle.  And, I think that some people only want to be an associate because friendship is just to much work for them and that's okay also.  Don't waste time being a associate of someone when you can have a great friendship with someone else.

Friendships

What does friendship really mean in your life?

   This person is someone you spend a lot of time with and tell some of your biggest secrets.  A friend is the person you think of when everything is going great and when things start to go bad.  She or He is there to push you when you need to be pushed.  When you are right or wrong this person will also tell you the truth when you really don't want to hear the truth.  A friend is really the one who can call you at anytime and you are willing to help no matter what you're doing.  When you have a true friendship you don't have to work so hard to keep it going.  You can talk to this person once a year and not speak to each other until next year.  And when you talk again it's like you have been talking the whole time.  The one thing I can tell you that when you have true friends you will know. It don't have to say a lot about your true friends you know them.   I SURE KNOW MY TRUE FRIENDS...

KISSES TO THE LE'PEARLZ LADIES!!!!!!

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