In the past I may have used the phrase living life together a little flippantly. This group of women are the gals that I often talk about who meet at 6:30am each Saturday morning for coffee and spending time together. Over the course of 30 days we will have truly lived the very highest and lowest of lows in life. As a group we have and will continue to help each other live, the death of a 22 year old nephew, the death of an American hero, and the passing of a much loved father-in-law. And yet these gals will also live and celebrate the birth of a grand baby and the marriage of a child. How is one such precious group of women able to live this roller coaster? We are doing this together, along with our faith and hope in Christ. We may not know how to do this the "right" way, but just walking through it hand in hand knowing that someone is always there to prop you up when you can no longer stand, is "right" in and of itself. Loving each other enough to be there to weep and mourn and in that grief recognizing that there are celebrations as well is a true testament of the deepest kind of friendship there is. I love these gals and we are truly living life together.