Looking for love (stories) -- share yours!
“Love is patient, love is kind. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. Love never fails.”-- 1 Corinthians 13You’ve probably heard this Bible verse many times at weddings or perhaps an engagement or anniversary party -- anywhere love is being celebrated. Likely the best way to understand love is to live it and listen to each other’s love stories. We’d like to hear your love stories to help us all get a better picture of what love is and what it means.
Ann Arbor author pens childrens book about long distance friendship
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Ann Arbor childrens author Lauren Ranalli has penned a book about staying connected to friends despite long distances. Initially inspired by a long-distance friendship of her niece, Lets Meet on the Moon focuses on a friendship between a young boy and girl. While the book is geared towards young readers, parents and older readers can also find meaning in the story about connectedness. Ranalli said that some readers have even told her they plan to mail the book itself to friends or old roommates as a sign of friendship. Lets Meet on the Moon is the third book that Ranalli has worked on with Ann Arbor illustrator Emily Siwek.
Would you still be friends if they did this....
Today on Whats the Buzz? were asking our friends, about their friends and the relationships with those who are closest to you. First topic: Are you closer to your friends than your extended family? Both Marlin and Jason said they were closer to their friends than their extended families, and thats largely because they spend more time with their friends. Next topic: When do your friends become your family? Blaine gave a host of reasons why friends can become family, including being able to pick things up where they left off for long distanced friends, and going through life trials and tribulations together.