"The secret to living well and longer is: eat half, walk double, laugh triple, and love without measure." ~Tibetan Proverb
That is too cool! ...and a great photo.
What a neat connection to each other these girls have!
The best kind of friendship. My best friend's mother is also my mother's best friend...it adds depth to the friendship.
Lovely shot Kate, how fab would it be if they kept it going for the next generation also :)
That is a beneficial opportunity made possible by living in the same place where one grew up, which not as many people do in our mobile society.
Such happy looking girls. Stability in their lives builds a good foundation for success.
That's an excellent word for the letter "B".
Nothing like young old friends! Dave said it right - this is unusual. Heck, my parents moved all around as did I. So the few young old friends I had have pretty much dropped out of sight.Saw on another blog you're nice and toasty today at -12 degrees! Ugh. It's gonna be in the high 20s here tonight which means probably no golf tomorrow. You prob'ly don't feel sorry for me, though.
How wonderful for them. It's like having another family!
A rare thing in our age of moving about. Lucky girls. I agree with you about the school that I am posting. It makes me sad to think about those children. Some tribal members would rather see the building torn down because of the memories.
love it. may it continue for generations. :)
how lucky they are, how lucky their mothers are!
That's sweet.Leslieabcw team
That's amazing! You should get a dual-generation snap of best buddies :)
I love this.
Delightful.Great friendships are the glue that keeps us going.
Thanks for reminding us of the value of best buddies! Thanks for your visit!
I agree on the value of stability. Though I stayed in the same region most of my life I still left a lot of friends behind...back in the olden days before Facebook, email, text messaging, etc.Stay warm! I can't imagine those l-o-n-g stretches of sub-zero weather. Heading to Santa Fe soon?
How great to keep the tradition alive!!
How inspiring! And very apt for B week.
This kind of relationship fascinates me. It is one thing for the parents to "click." What are the odds that the next generation would also "click?" And have enough interaction for that to develop into a close friendship?
I love that!!!
How nice ! I still have my schoolfriend from 1951 ! We never lost contact and meet regularly !
what a wonderful tradition to carry on.
Very sweet... I bet that if they have kids, they will also be best buddies. :)
Let them carry the friendship to the third generation. Nowadays bonds are very fragile.
Wonderful! I also have something similar, my son's best friend is the son of one of my best friends. We were pregnant at the same time. These kids say they've been friends since womb time!
The certainly have a tie that binds.Ann
Ohh that's so nice... I know my best friend since the first day of school and we're still going strong after 25 years!
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