Thursday, May 20, 2010

Guest post by the Bean

The Bean's class had a one-paragraph writing assignment last week.  Topic:  What qualities do you look for in a friend?  Why are these qualities important to you for a friendship?  Here's what she wrote:
These Qualities usually help me with friendship.  Don't look at what they look like, but what is in their heart.  If you want a new friend, and you find someone who looks really pretty, don't take her/him as a friend before you know what is in their heart.  Because if you have a friend that is mean, you will not be very happy.  So if you want a nice friend, look right through them, right into their heart.  The best friends are nice friends that help, share, play, and are nice to you.  These qualities are very inportant to me.  Most of these thing help you choose friends. 
Words to live by, even if the x-ray vision aspect is a little creepy. 


  1. You want a friend, be a friend.
    Help, share, play--and care --which is the same thing as being nice to you. Out of the mouths of babes.......... The only really nice thing I can say about myself is that I have always tried to be a good friend.

  2. Pack! I had no idea you had a blog. I shall link to it at once!

  3. I didn't, until earlier this year, when I said, oh, what the hey. I have been visiting your blog forever, I always reply as anon, or anon in NJ, but today I screwed up and it came up with my blog name.