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I met Katherine at the bustop the first day of kindergarten when I got stung by a bee (another first)and her Mom fished a piece of ice out of her thermos for me to hold on the sting. Our families became friends and I won the lottery, because I adore each and every one of them. We have been through just about everything life can throw at women our age and we always have each others back. Fate was smiling on me the day I met Katherine and I hope I am as good a friend to her as she has been to me.


My best friend is AnneMarie. We met when our girls were 3, at their gymnastics class. The girls are now 27.


It's funny...my friend M and I have "broken up" a couple times...always over seemingly stupid things. Tempers flare...words are said...laptops are tossed out of cars ;-) (not a moving car!). I hadn't talked to her for 8 months, but recently asked her to breakfast. We'll see where it goes from there.


I'm so glad you and she are talking again! I had wondered what was happening with that situation. I hope her daughter is doing well.

Smalltown Me

My bff and I have been friends since first grade. She's an opera singer/voice teacher. She's lived in Germany for years. We don't get to talk a lot, but when we do it's like there's been no time or distance between us at all.


I live in washington state and my girlfriend lives in virginia. We don't get to see each other to much becuase of distance and timing. She has 3 kids and i'm single. Besides all that when we are together we just have the best of times.

Julie M

It would have to be Patt with 2 T's. :-) She moved into the house next door when our youngest kids were both 2 and they are now 42. She's moved across town and we both hate the phone so we don't talk as much as we use to, but she's still the one who can make me laugh and also tell her more than anyone else.

Karen (formerly kcinnova)

I met my BFF on the first day of middle school. We had very similar last names, identical first names, and we were the only 2 girls in the locker room to still be wearing undershirts. We may have bonded over our braless embarrassment but friendship has survived through multiple moves, marriages, divorce, and different choices about children (I have 4, she has none by choice).
Our annual girls' weekend is coming up in just 8 more days! I can hardly wait!

gary rith

My best friend is my wife :) 20 plus years together, so much new stuff still to share!

Green Girl in Wisconsin

My BFF is Sarah, who I've known since high school. She is closer than any sister, we depend on our weekly phone chats for our sanity, we cheer on each other's kids and we can vent about ANYTHING without judgment to each other.


My best friend lives in Chciago; I'm in Boston. We budget to include travel 3 or 4 times a year to see each other. It's worth it!


My best friend is my husband, which I realize is no fun in the world of a chick lit give away, but perhaps my choice of BFF is redeemed here if I assure you I always tell Byron I married him because he's essentially a woman with a penis.

Yea, our love talk melts hearts.


My BFF was Jill, she married a childhood friend and we were always thankful that his wife and I liked each other. Sadly fou years ago after 12 long years of fighting, chemo, surgeries and radiation she lost her battle with breast cancer. I still miss her every day, want to ask her or tell her something, invite myself to dinner. I am going to find this book cause I need a laugh and some of it sounds funny.


hi macauley here is there contact info , there very helpfull , tell them mick mastonie told you to ring


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