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A true friend is a priceless gift, according to a Colorado mother whose emotional Facebook post to thank two of her true-blue friends to the boards of more than 30 km, to the spontaneous visit to her during her time of need, it has gone viral.
Last week, the Northern Colorado Moms Blog shared a candid black-and-white picture of two women in a kitchen, cleaning the dishes, and the other is to search for a cell phone. The post is described the significance of the “friends” are like the people who are there for you when life gets rocky, no questions asked.
“This is what friendship looks like,” the author began. “I’m at the most difficult time of my life, and as Mamas we feel like we always have to put on our big girl pants and just muscle through… If there’s one thing this season has taught me, it is, however, that this is kind of a lie, it is very dangerous to believe in it.”
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“I had my people in this day and age. I was thinking that I just needed to cry, and to cry about what happened, and then while on the phone with my dear friend asked me an important question,” the writer shared with the Facebook group has 10,000-plus followers.
“They asked me to say the things I needed and wanted most. I told her that I didn’t want to be alone. Her response: “I’m on my way.'”
“I started off with all the reasons she couldn’t and wouldn’t have to come,” the author said, in reference to her messy house and go to the trouble of driving all the way there. Her response: “Sister, I don’t care about any of that. Are you saying that you don’t want to be alone, I’m coming.”
“I started off with all of the reasons why they could not, and should not be able to come. Her response:” Sister, I don’t care about any of that. Are you saying that you don’t want to be alone, I’m coming.”
— Kim Adams
The writer was detailed to her that her friend traveled from Greeley to Fort Collins on a 32-mile drive, to pick up another friend, and a lunch for the group on the road.
“They went to my house and gave me the biggest hugs, she asked,” What can we do?'” so she went on. “In my disaster of a house. It has helped me a lot in order to clean it, and assured me that it was not so bad after all. She let me cry, she made me want to laugh, we used to listen to music, and, most of all, I. Was not the case. Alone.”
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“Mom, if you’re going through a rough season, you can be sure that you don’t have to do it. You don’t even have to know what you need, just start by asking them to,” she said.
“Praying for all of you to walk on the hard roads right now…whatever that may look like for you, knowing that you will never have to be alone!”
The more powerful the message has become viral, with more than 106,000 shares, and more than 33,000 comments to date.
“Great message and the pictures. It’s so true… and it is not talked about enough,” one user said. “I need to be reading this today. So, thank YOU very much. He touched my heart and brought me to tears.”
“I lost one of my best friends for almost 4 years, and I think about her every single day. We had a very special relationship, which I miss very much,” another shared.
“What a blessing to have people in your life who show love in such a meaningful way!!!” written on it.
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On Sunday, the viral post, the author reveals her identity and, as Sarah Adams, the administrator behind the Facebook group.
“I originally published the post with the full intention of anonymous is to stay,” she began. “My name is Kim, and this is the beautiful women in this picture are my #OnTheWayFriends. Those of you who are in me, and will often wear me down on this rough road.”
A true friend is a priceless gift, according to a Colorado mother whose emotional Facebook post, say thank you to two of her true-blue friends to the boards of more than 30 km, to the spontaneous visit to her during her time of need, it has gone viral.
Adams detailed for the first time in connection with many of its “on the way to friends through the Facebook group, and encouraged anyone who is feeling lonely is to get involved with groups in their community or region.
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“Sisters, each one of who are lonely and have my heart broken in the past couple of days. Because I know that feeling all too well,” she said. “I just want you to know that it doesn’t have to stay that way.”
Adams said that the “rough year,” she alluded to in her first viral post is a newly-single parent, after a divorce, and that’s the day her son was “very difficult”, according to Good Morning America.”
“It was one of those days… and The item itself was born out of the love that I felt from the way in which my friends came up to me, and not just on that day, but the way they are, for me, over and over again in this difficult season,” she explained.
“The law is merely the only one we need. If a text-to-monitor-in), have a Facetime conversation, or literally telling someone “I’m on my way,” and then go to their house, we can do a lot more to show up for one another,” Adams said.