By Gertrude Chandler Warner
Benny likes Saturdays simply because he doesn't need to visit institution. yet one Saturday every little thing turns out to head improper. Benny can't purchase the poster he desires, after which he runs into Mrs. Sanchez outdoor the grocery store. Oh, no—you're now not speculated to see your instructor on a Saturday! yet a trip to the recent snack store may well swap every little thing. Will Benny's Saturday be a very good day finally?
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I have you and you have me. ’ So, learning to ‘pick our battles’ and let go of things that really are not important, in the overall scheme of things, will mean that disagreements can be minimal. Change is inevitable, we’d best accept it. OK, I can see the value of this, but how will we know if the kind of change our friendship is experiencing is unhelpful? I think I have three main questions/rules about this. If the change fits in with these questions/rules I accept it; if it does not, I challenge it.
I believe that sometimes, What I believe must go. To have you as my friend, Might mean knowing what you know. ‘Seeing is believing,’ My friend says with glee. I answer him with smiley grin, ‘Believing is seeing. Walk a while with me. TOO MANY FRIENDS! 63 ‘Take my hand across this land, Discover the treasure ahead. It’s not all that glitters, helps us stand, True friendship is gold; a jewel instead. ‘For friendship says “I believe in you”, This is true treasure indeed. I have you and you have me.
I try to vet my conversations with my friends so that I share the gist of things but not all of the detail. I want my friends to get the picture I am giving them, but I don’t want them to drown in it! What about money? Should we lend money to our friends? Should we lend our friends anything at all; or should we give freely and not expect our things to be returned? These are difficult questions, and I have heard it said that one should never lend money to one’s friends because if they fail to pay it back it can be seen as a sign of poor friendship.
Benny's Saturday Surprise (The Boxcar Children: The Adventures of Benny and Watch Series, Book 8) by Gertrude Chandler Warner