She is polite but humorous. She is quiet but funny.
Cookie: I saw on television that people in Korea using umbrellas for snow. I think that's a great idea. I don't know why we didn't think of that.
Staff: Yeah, it is pretty convenient and keeps you dry.
Cookie: Nobody uses an umbrella for snow here.
Staff:(excited) Let's start using umbrellas together! We can create a new trend in Bowmanville and Canada, you and me!
Cookie: (smiling) Why don't you start first? Then I will see if I can follow you. It might be a little weird.
One day, it was very cold and windy. When she came in, it started snow.
Cookie: Oh, my! That was all we needed. Lovely!
This little figure she brought for us is said more than decades old. Everybody loves "our little fisherman" bouncing and fishing.
Promises© Morgan Gregg
Do you remember, when we were young, those promises we made.
The promise to be there for each other, no matter night or day.
The promise to keep secrets, no matter what they are.
The promise to be friends forever, no matter where we are.
The promise to stand up for each other, no matter what the cause.
The promise to never judge each other, no matter all the flaws.
The promise to always tell the other, they're doing something wrong.
The promise to remember this, when the other has sadly gone.
The promise to always help each other, no matter what the weather.
The promise to always keep a promise, from then until forever.
We're older now, we've changed, we've grown, we've forgotten many things.
We've lived through life, are facing our end, whatever it may bring.
We've had our problems, doubts, and sorrows, that came along the way.
Yet still we've managed, to keep them all, the promises we made.
Source: Keeping the Promises, Life Long Friend Poem http://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/keeping-the-promises#ixzz2o17jirLj
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