The Kind of Friends I Attract
Give ME a Friend! -answering the cry of a Lonely Heart.
Help Somebody Today- the old song.
Let Dad be Dad, and God My Heavenly Father
Comparing Friends to Roses
One Ideal, Real Friend
An Older Sister's Coping Secret
Remembering Dear Louise Friesen
The Four Types and Stages of Friendship
This area of this web site used to belong to my weekly ezine, the RoseBouquet, but it has moved to it's own blog sub-domain, and I'm now changing this area to be full of articles and pages on friendship. Since I like the imagary of my friends as various flowers and roses in a lovely garden, this is my RoseBouquet Place.
You will find over time, many articles on friendship and mentoring all indexed here.
There will be sections for those Needing Friends, and those wanting advice on Maintaining Friendships.
If you find it hard to go visit my RoseBouquet regularly every week, and you don't understand or want RSS feeds, then you might like my ezine edition of the same thing. Spam filtering makes getting ezines frustrating for some, but it can be done.[Note: The subscription to the ezine is now based at a new and better mailing site than before. It does insist on confirmation of your email address before you are fully subscribed.This puts a halt to spammers trying to elbow their way in. It makes this mailing list much more secure. So almost immediately upon submitting your info in this form, you will receive a validation email that has a link you need to click to confirm that YES you want to be subscribed to the RoseBouquet. Once you have done that you are subscribed.]
Subscribe to RoseBouquet (ezine edition) to get updates on what new things are added and happening at this site, what is coming, and an inspirational article every Tuesday
The novel, Ruthe's Secret Roses, is about friendship, intimacy with God, prayer, spiritual and physical make-overs, idealistic romance, and roses so this blog/ezine is about those too. The book compares friends to rare and treasurered roses, so the focus is on friendship with a strong rose motif.
If you'd like more information on the RoseBouquet, or to read archived issues, go to the RoseBouquet directly on
this site: The RoseBouquet.