Week 2 Blog Aspire & Inspire..... Best Friend
Friday, June 12, 2020
June 8th was Best Friends Day. For this week’s blog for the Aspire to Inspire team we had the choice to blog about our best friend. How did we meet, what makes that person your best friend? How do you and your best friend spend your time together?
God has Blessed me with 2 Treasured Best Friends. Have been Friends with both gals Ann & Debbie for 25 plus years. But I wanted to share a bit about Debbie, for she is now in Heaven & I miss her so much daily.
I met my Best Friend when attending a Tupperware Rally. We both were Tupperware dealers. It was like an instant life time friendship from our 1st smile to each other. We fed off each others positivity, sense of humor, our love for God, Joy and Happiness for life. What more could you possible ask in a Friendship.
Anyway met Debbie.
Sharing a great memory of my BFF, who went to Heaven 5 yrs ago this past April.. Oh what a beautiful Angel she making....I couldn't take her anywhere without her making a mess. lol I remember her always spilling food on her clothes, so being the smartie pants I am, I gave her this bib. The funny thing is she loved it. Being goofy as always. Oh the Happy and Sad times we had share. Through thick and thin we were always there for each other. This was a great memory & one of my favorite pictures of her.
We did everything together. We dressed up for every holiday. Going out in public looking silly with the hopes of sharing some Joy with others. We didn't care it was always so much fun, and something we both always shared was that life wasn't about us, but it was about others, We would shop the aisles of stores, went garage sale bargain hunting always looking for that one deal we couldn't past up.We went out to eat all the time. Debbie is the 1 person that help me keep going after the lost of my true best friend my Hubby. The support she had given me was unbelievable.We talked daily 2 sometimes 3 times a day.
We never hung up with out saying I Love you and meaning it. I was very Blessed that I was able to talk to her the night before she died. Telling her I Loved her for which I didn't know would be my last time. Debbie was a very healthy person. She woke up early in the morning with bad pains in her chest, finding out she had a hole in her heart. She died on the operating table.My heart along with her families was crashed. I miss this gal so darn much, but instead of being sad, I choice to be happy, and relive many happy memories in my heart/mind. That is what she would want. And how could you not be Happy knowing that she is at Home with Our Father in Heaven.
Thank You for taking the time to read my blog.