By Melissa Neiderman and Teresa Rogers
Dear late teenage years/early twenty-something Melissa,
That character on your favorite daytime soap opera, you know the one with the great accent, good-looking with the personality that seems filled with humor, yes, that guy, Scorpio. Well, not only will he become a good friend, but his wife will be one of your very best friends. Yes, seriously, it’s true.
“Dance First. Think Later”
A friend of mine gave me a book by Kathryn & Ross Petras with the above title for my 53rd birthday. The question that opens to the reader is “How should one live life?” Could you answer that question in one sentence or two?
The introduction goes on to say that most of us are obsessed with the “practical” advice about money or success or getting ahead. With that, we lose sight of the big picture. What is the big picture to you?
The Cambridge Dictionary states the meaning of a friend as: a person you know well and like a lot, but who is usually not a member of your family.
That seems so vague to me, plus there are family members that I DO consider my friends. So Blah on that definition.
Dear Desirae Ava Grace Cechin,
This is my love letter and thank you note to you, beautiful angel.
A DIFFERENT TYPE OF BLOG POST
Teresa and I decided that along with our social events and get together with friends, we would add some personal stories to our blog. It’s easy to assume from our writing about galas, birthday parties, fundraisers, and other social gatherings there is a superficial air about us all. There isn’t. We don’t take what we are blessed with lightly. We don’t take our family and friends for granted. When we are out we actually discuss sensitive topics that are heartfelt and painful.