After a couple of weeks of thinking that it really was time for me to make a new printable for spring, I was still flailing around (mentally, anyway), trying to decide what quote or poem or lyric to use.
Then, last week, a verse from the book of Sirach (also known as Ecclesiasticus), came across my path three days in a row. And not in dated, scheduled devotions that might be planned to intertwine, either. In completely different contexts. So I (finally, after the third time) thought, “Hey, that’s a great verse for a printable!” I’m a pretty quick study.
You can click right on the image to download an 8”x10” printable.
I think it’s a fabulous reminder of the value of true friendships. I know I am extremely grateful to have my friends in my life, and I hope I make them feel like the treasures they are. As we’ve bounced around the country over the last twenty years, Army post to Army post, every assignment has held a few new friends that quickly became integral parts of my life, and they’ve remained true friends as our paths diverge (and frequently converge again!).
I hope you, too, have gathered your friends over the years, into a big, blooming bouquet of happiness!