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Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Having friends is good for us.  I consider my husband to be my best friend but he can't always give me what a good female friend would.  Here are 5 good reasons to have friends:

1.  Comfort
2.  Connectedness
3.  Unconditional Support
4.  Boost to Self-Esteem
5.  Honesty

As we travel around the big wide web, we meet people and maybe form some lasting friendships.  So, with this in mind, please join me in this week's Let Get Social Sunday Blog Hop and maybe make a new friend or two!  Just follow my blog -----> (right sidebar) and then click the button below to find more great blogs and friends.

Comments

Jennifer S. said…
Thanks for joining us and posting!!! I am already a follower, too. :)
Rebecca said…
Thanks for the follow, I am a new follower of yours!! http://onemoreflewoverthecuckoo.blogspot.com/
Catherine said…
Thanks for stopping by and following my blog. You're so right about girlfriends. They make the worlda better place. I'm following bakc with GFC, twitter and FB. Happy Sunday.
Taryn McCracken said…
Thanks for stopping by Its the Thought that Counts for Sunday Blog Hops! I'm a new follower.
Bridget said…
Swinging by to say hello and wish you a great week!

Bridget
Guide to Smart Shopping
Brandi said…
Thanks for participating in LGS!

Brandi

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