Ten years ago we traveled near and far to the rolling hills of Carnforth England with our adventurous spirits spurring us on to another country.
All alone, we left our families and friends back home to become students of Capernwray Bible School.
Eighteen years young, under the wondrous glow of the stone Castle, the seeds of friendship were planted as we bonded over chocolate, adventure, and Jesus.
Lifetime memories were formed over tea time, shopping dates, and boy problems.
This weekend I spent my Birthday weekend with women who are dear to my heart. A few of us girls were reunited in Portland to catch up and pick up without missing a beat where we left off ten years ago.
The seeds that were planted ten years ago have flourished into beautiful relationships that are full of life, love, tears and laughter.
Friendships like these are rare–more valuable than precious gold.
Friends come and friends go,
but a true friend sticks by you like family. Proverbs 18:24