You know what good friends do?
Good friends come when you’re sick, even when there’s a possibility their family’s recent virus might have been different than yours, leaving them (and their kids!) at risk of getting the evilness that hit you like a ton of bricks.
Good friends organize May the 4th parties with activities for their kids AND yours, AND they make sure you have pictures of them to blog about even if it turns out you’re just too dang tired to ask your husband how to post them. (And make no mistake, he’s the technology behind this blog.)
And good friends show up at your door with ice cream after you cried on the phone to them during a difficult day with your overtired 8-year-old. And Snickers bites. And Grape Vines. (She despises grape flavoring. She also brought ice cream for my hubby.)
Good friends are one of the greatest blessings in this life. Make sure all of yours know how awesome they are.