When you’re nuts, a tadge wacky, usually out of step with the world, it’s a blessing to have someone with a steady hand on the tiller.
When you fumble all the social balls, writhe in group doo-doo, fear crowds and detest even small social encounters, it’s great to have a fun-loving social Adept at your side.
When you’ve buried your emotions in the Valley of the Kings, never to be found, it’s wonderful to have an accomplished archaeologist in your life.
When you need quiet, it’s the best feeling in the world to know you’re understood.
When you can’t accept yourself, the best friend is one who can.
When you can’t organize a single moment in your life, a top-notch strategic planner is a life-saver.
When you believe that no one in the world can stand you for another moment, the true friend is priceless, always present.
When you think you’re the flavor of the month, it’s your best friend who reminds you about all those other tastes out there.
When you’re feeling downright bitchy and dark, it’s always good to know you have a place to hide.
When you’re writing, your best friend is the one who knows enough to leave you alone.
When you’ve finished the draft, it’s that single person who will tell you the truth, even when you don’t want to accept it.
When you laugh, someone is there to join up. When you cry, there’s always patience and good timing.
When you’re wrong, it’s good to hear about it, a real treat to learn the right way, even when it’s embarrassing.
It’s easy to listen to your best friend, even when she’s chattering up a storm. It’s all in the presentation. It’s compelling.
When you know you’ve been dishonest about yourself, it’s good to know that someone else knows.
When you’re talking pure doo-doo, it’s a friend’s gift to ignore you and just smile.
It’s the easiest thing in the world to love you because it’s the only thing in the world that comes without doubt.
Gregor loves you, too.