Friendship, it is such a beautiful gift. There are those friends that you may not see frequently but you are bound to them the same as blood relations.
Last month I was blessed to celebrate the wedding of two dear people that are like family to me. They are part of my “Ranch Family”. Over the years, I spent in Mexico various staff came and went. Some stayed for 9 months and others for many years. Others only visited but were a part of my family none the same.
We have and continue to go through thick and thin together. We know one another’s struggles, joys, and triumphs. Once we lived within a few hundred yards of each other, now we are scattered throughout Mexico and the States.
I enjoy every wedding I attend or an a part of but this one, this one was special, it was like coming home. It was that feeling of “these are my people”, “my tribe”. It’s true that we could survive without one another but it would be bleak and
It’s true that we could survive without one another but it would be bleak, and lonely existence where we each out barely be holding on to life by a thin thread. God knew what he was doing when we placed us in each other’s lives, in doing so he gave us such a precious gift.
Cinnamon Dandelion Tea with Milk and Honey @ The Nourishing Gourmet
Get Inspired for Lent @ Fountains of Carrots
A Neighbor’s Table @ The Art of Simple