Sunday, March 21, 2010

The Power of the BFF


We had dinner this evening with friends from the city at The Shake Shack in Madison Square Park. We do not get to see them as much as we want to. They have a little girl who when my son and her were babies became friends. They were never in the same class at school and at first glance seem to have nothing in common. But do not rule out the strength of friendship. Their bond rekindled as soon as they saw each other. While waiting for the buzzer to signal that our dinner was ready, they ran around, played games, all awhile being in a constant state of the giggles. After dinner they took a table off to the side and talked and laughed. Never underestimate the power of the BFF.

2 comments:

Karl said...

Nice story. When I read it to my daughter she called an old friend to arrange a lunch date. Thanks for reminding her of the little things

JerryD NYC said...

I think it's the same for adults...a true friend is a true friend. I can not see someone for years and as soon as we get together, it was like we saw each other yesterday

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