During my growing up days, my best friend, Pam, and I loved to go shopping on Saturday afternoon. Our first stop was always Woolworths five and ten cent store. We headed directly to the jewelry counter upon our arrival. Pam always bought a beautiful "diamond" ring, and I a "pearl" ring. These, of course, were our "engagement" rings (I am pretty sure our boyfriends at elementary school did not know they were "engaged"!) After our ring purchase, we would then peruse the Barbie dolls and all of their lovely adornments. Sometimes, if we had enough money, we would buy paperdolls. These paperdolls gave us hours of endless enjoyment. Last stop for the afternoon was The Corner Drug Store. This was one of those old-fashioned drug stores with a soda fountain. We always ordered a hamburger and coke. What a wonderful time we had and how grown up we felt on those magical Saturday afternoons. Pam and I haven't kept in touch as much as we should. Sometimes friends grow apart with the passing of time. Because we were friends of the heart and spirit I feel like we could pick up right where our last conversation ended. I hope you have enjoyed many friendships in your life.
I will post part three and four of Bunny Cottage next week. Hope you will join me then. For those of you who do Pink Saturday, I will see you then.