Saturday, September 20, 2014

Short and sweet

L.M. Montgomery valued female friendships. In later life, she worked hard to develop meaningful friendships. In a journal entry on Friday, January 27, 1911, she reflected on her good friend Margaret Ross-Stirling. She felt she could discuss things with her that she could not with anyone else. Her comment is so very true:
A little congenial companionship goes a long way to sweeten life.