There is nothing as precious in life as a friend who knows you and loves you in spite of yourself. Yet over the last couple of decades, weave substituted the joy of real friendship with cheap imitations. We settle for acommunitya on Facebook and Twitter and a series of text messages that allow us to communicate with someone without the commitment. We like each otheras beautifully filtered photos on Instagram and delude ourselves into believing we have a community. But real friendship requires effort. Itas showing up, laughing loud, and crying hard. Itas forgiving and loving and giving the benefit of the doubt. Itas making a casserole, doing a carpool pickup, and making sure she knows those cute shoes are 50 percent off. Written in the same comedic style as the New York Times bestsellers Sparkly Green Earrings and The Antelope in the Living Room, Nobodyas Cuter than You is a laugh-out-loud look at the special bond that exists between friends and a poignant celebration of all the extraordinary people God had the good sense to bring into our lives at exactly the right moments. From the friendships we develop over a lifetime to the ones that wounded us and the ones that taught us to love better, Melanie Shankle reveals the influence our friends have on who we were, who we are, and who we will become. And on a day when our jeans feel too tight, our chins have decided to embrace hormone-related acne reminiscent of our teen years, and our kids have tested the limits of our sanity, they are the ones who will look at us and say, aNobodyas cuter than you!aOne was more of a traditional bottom with a ruffle, and the other was more like a fitted swim skirt with ruching. ... time: I called Gulley to see if I could text her photos of myself in each swimsuit option and get her honest opinion. ... When I got back in my car with my new swimsuit purchase, I thought about how much you have to trust a person to send them a picture of yourself in a swimsuit, with all your flawsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Nobody's Cuter than You|
|Publisher||:||NavPress - 2015-04-07|