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This image was a screen shot taken of a post on friendship. There’s a photograph that says “That’s what friends are for.” Below the photograph begins the words to the post that say “Sometimes friendship is plain hard.” Again, I love the honesty dripping from that one simple sentence.
“Little Viv was a preemie, but such a cutie, and was finally home in the arms of her mama. I took a meal over to the family, chili and some fresh baked bread. I had no children at this point, and was so excited for my friend, I had a million questions. And I wanted to see the baby room! We sat down in her living room and she was trying to nurse, but was having a difficult time. I kept blabbering on about who-knows-what, asking questions, and looking around, while she was being polite and gracious but trying to focus on getting her baby to eat – which the baby would not do. I don’t know when I finally stopped talking and left, but looking back, I can’t believe my friend didn’t say to me, “Sarah, can we chat later? I need to nurse Viv now.” But she didn’t do that; her kindness covered my poor etiquette. I really had no idea how inconsiderate I was being that day. I would never do that to a mama now unless she asked me to stay and chat.”
By: Jordan McCallister