Saturday, March 3, 2012

The Value of a Friend

We're home in Bangalore! I was already tired as I hadn't really slept for the two nights before we left Canada. And we hit the road running at this end - Dad was asked to speak that first evening, at a Youth Group reunion meeting.

His topic was Characteristics of a Friend, and he discussed the value of having a true friend.

I took notes, as I always do when I listen to Dad; but because I was so tired it was a struggle for me to stay awake. Later I looked at my book to review my notes:

The value of a friend is even higher than ... lemon meringue pie? That's pretty high value indeed - but then again, maybe Dad hasn't tasted the TH's lemon meringue pie in a while?!

I'm going to go catch up on my sleep now ...


  1. Sweet dreams made of lemon meringue pie. Glad to hear that you arrived safe and sound. I was thinking of you as I walked past the TH. Have a wonderful safe trip.

  2. That's too funny:). Looking forward to reading about your adventures in India and hopefully seeing some pics of the orphans and their bunkbeds:) Praying for you to have a nice, safe visit.

  3. that's the best!! maybe you have a new credit card commercial...

    lemon meringue pie $$$$
    value of a good friend $$$$$$
    value of a good sleep... priceless

    welcome home. ;)

  4. Maybe that's actually what Dad said!! After all, we know he got the biggest piece of lemon meringue pie in his family when he was a kid, and knew forever after that he was beloved!!
    Love you both!

  5. LMAO!!!! I value you more than a Lemon meringue pie....but you're right...I haven't tried yours! ;)

  6. So happy you arrived safe and sound !
    Thanks for taking the time to let us know. You knooe we will all be waiting with bated breath for your pressure! Take time to have some FUN.

  7. Great to hear you arrived safely! Praying for you all!

  8. Friendship: the dearest wealth. Friends get you through times of no money better than money gets you through times of no friends!


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