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Relationships: Girlfriends For Every Occasion

Updated on March 17, 2013


You might think that because a person is into one major type of activity that you can't be friends with them. You know, because that's all they do. You know it's not. They would have to do more than one thing in their life. Think about it. You may be able to learn something from someone like this.Or, you may find out what other things this person likes to do.

Chris, my long-time friend since I was in my twenties, likes to hang out and watch movies and funny shows on TV. She runs her own business and she's got no down time. If she does, she doesn't want to be running around town in search of the latest whatever. We have fun laughing and girl talking no matter where we are.

Another great long-time friend of mine is Kim. She's up to date, but she's got that fifties girl in there somewhere. She stayed home to raise her two children and she still remains active in the sports leagues her kids played in. She and her husband raise tons of money for the local school's hockey teams. This is a passion of her husband's since college. When I see her we like to site see around her nautical stomping grounds. She lives in a little beach town in the metro area of St.Clair Shores, MI.

Juli, a newer friend of mine and I like to eat healthy lunches and talk about working out. Well, we do more than talk about it we do it. Albeit, we do it on our own, but we still do it, and have a similar mindset about it. She's just solid muscle. She pulls it off well though. She just looks like a woman with a shape and solid curves.

My friend Joan and I like to go thrift shopping. We go to all ends of the earth to find bargins. Some of my friends wouldn't try this if their lives depended on it. But, we have great fun. We go to discount places and take fifty percent coupons with us.

Catherine and I met in 2010. We love to lunch and shop. But, we most like to do is talk philosophy. We get into it. Not many people want to talk about this stuff, but she does. It;'s great. We inspire each other.

Kelly and I have known each other since she was married to one of my seven brothers. We've kept in touch with social media due to the fact that we live a ways away from each other. She loves sports and knows each and every player's name. She roots for them like you wouldn't believe. Also, it doesn't go without mentioning the fact that Kelly is also a great photographer. I

Mellisa and I like to do everything together. We love starting out our days together walking or going for a special coffee. We run errands. We meet obligations. We survive together.
So, you can see that there are many types of friends. All of them can be good for you if you focus on what it is you like to do in each relationship, and how you feel when you're with each person.


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      Dora Weithers 6 years ago from The Caribbean

      Totally agree. Usually, I think that we like the people we understand; not liking means not understanding. You have made the effort to understand your friends. Cheers!

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      Tim Mitchell 6 years ago from Escondido, CA

      thanks for sharing this inspirational view. Now, if I can only get this idea in a co-worker's head stuck to the WOW factor, if you catch my drift, then maybe happiness would be around the corner. Very, inspirational - thanks, I'll see what I can do with this valuable information. (smile).