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Saturday I had a special guest along on my road trip, my dear friend Mary D. and her dog, Lacy.

I met Mary through our local RWA chapter twelve years ago, when we became members of the same critique group. Our friendship survived her move to Cincinnati nine years ago, and now her recent move to Atlanta made it an obvious route for the road trip to take.

We spent yesterday in the car talking non-stop between bookstores, catching up on friends and current events in our lives, but more importantly for you, Eternity Springs readers, ironing out the plot of TEARDROP LANE, which I must start as soon as I get home.

Friendship is one of the main themes I write out in my Eternity Springs books. Part of the reason it's so easy for me is that I have people in my life like Mary D. Thanks for the hospitality, Mary!

So, what about you? Do you have a friend who means the world to you?

Oops, forgot to post my schedule. I'm in Birmingham, AL today. I did stop by the Booksamillion's in Oxford and Gadsen so they have autographed books. Happy reading!

12 comments (Add your own)

1. Jayme wrote:
I have many long time friends who mean the world to me, we go weeks, months and even years without talking. As soon as we do get a break in our busy schedules it is always so wonderful to catch up.

Sun, November 10, 2013 @ 10:04 AM

2. alisha woods wrote:
Yes, quite a few. My oldest and dearest I have had since high school. Have more recently mad some newer friends that I think are great through our common interest in reading romance and liking the same authors. Even found a friend I had when I was at school when I lived in England through an authors fb page saw her name in the comments.

Sun, November 10, 2013 @ 11:23 AM

3. Teresa Colby wrote:
Yes her name is Dorothy, we went to middle school & high school together and are still good friends to this day..I am her oldest daughters godmother and even if we havent seen each other in awhile..we pick right back up where we left off..Its nice to have a friend like her to share all the crap we deal w/about getting older..lol

Sun, November 10, 2013 @ 11:30 AM

4. nancy wrote:
Through the years, I've found that friends are friends throughout time and distance. When you meet up again, there instant bonding and we should all celebrate that we have people in our lives like that. I'm glad you have someone in your life like that.

Sun, November 10, 2013 @ 1:11 PM

5. Cindy Husband wrote:
Yes I have a special set of friends. Alex and Karen. I do not get to see them very often but we stay in touch. Especially if one of use is in serious need of getting through a rough life experience. One phone call and they were by my side immediately when my husband was hospitalized and almost died. I do not know they got there so fast. And I not know how I would have made it through with them.

Sun, November 10, 2013 @ 1:45 PM

6. Virginia Horton wrote:
Yes, I have a friend that we met when we were five years old. We spent all of our childhood together you didn't see one with out the other. We still stay in touch after all these years.

Sun, November 10, 2013 @ 2:21 PM

7. Jamie Steadman wrote:
I have a very good friend, but she lives in another state now. We try to talk to each other at least once a day. I try to visit every other year usually at Christmas. Our reunions are filled with laughter and fun. Of course our husbands just look at each other and shrug their shoulders when we can say just onw word and start laughing. I hope I will get to see her next December.

Sun, November 10, 2013 @ 3:16 PM

8. Janet wrote:
I used to have friends like that. But we all grew apart from one another. I do have one friend like that at the moment.

Mon, November 11, 2013 @ 3:23 PM

9. Emily wrote:
Definitely! I've got two best friends who, even if we haven't talked in months we will call each other up and pick up right where we left off. But I think my closest best friend is my sister. She's always there for me and is a great shoulder to lean on. I love have siblings, they're built-in best friends from birth :)

Tue, November 12, 2013 @ 12:48 AM

10. librarypat wrote:
We may not always manage to get together, but with good friends, distance and time don't matter. We live far from our friends, but find when we get together it is like only yesterday when we saw each other. We are so lucky in this day and age that travel is as easy as it is, making visits so easy.

Tue, November 12, 2013 @ 11:45 PM

11. Penny Culberson wrote:
I grew up in KY but moved to TN in 1989. Vicky has been my friend since 1st grade. She is my Sister that God gave me..the person that knows more about you than you know about yourself. Love her and her family just like they were part of my very own. Going to see her this weekend to celebrate her retirement.

Wed, November 13, 2013 @ 8:32 AM

12. Penny wrote:
Vicky best friend since first grade. Always that one person can talk to about anything,

Thu, November 14, 2013 @ 9:55 AM

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