recipe for friendship

A drizzle of sweetness
A foundation of support
A pinch of forgiveness
A spoon of tears
A glazing of trust
A filling of memories
A sparkle of fun
A dollop of love
A dressing of warmth
A decorative piece of banter
A topping of thought
A drazzle of understanding
A dough of joy
A mix of communication
A crumb of dependence
And a batter(ring) of sorrow

Serves a slice of real friendship.

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Good friends don’t care if they’re invading your privacy – they’ll only go away when you’re smiling with happiness.

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Be that friend.

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Real friends know how to pull you back up when your struggling to hang on, because they know who you are, and what you’re going through.

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Good friends never define friendship by how many times you’ve seen each other or talked in a single day.

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And that’s because you’ve found yourself a real friend.

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Your real friends are always in your heart, and you know that when something reminds you of them instinctively in your daily life routine.

What’s your recipe for friendship?

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