I often said when I was single that I knew really well how to be single, but I didn’t know how to be married and that was a desire I had. That desire to learn gave me so many great friends in graduate school that resulted in a weekly Alias night and tons of laughs and memories. Now I get to look back as one just had her second baby back in the May and the other couple just adopted.
When I moved to Kentucky that desired continued and I found friends who became family. I had a place to stay if I needed one and (at the time) almost weekly patio nights commenced. I learned a lot about life, love, laughs and that true friendship surpasses marital status, your past, your future and those friends can really become family.
As always, Don Miller tends to say these same things in a much more eloquent way. Enjoy his take on it.