THE Goodie Basket

Thompson, Stephanie
February 2007
Guideposts;Feb2007, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p21
The article discusses the author's friendship with her couple neighbor Cindi and Jay and their children. The friendship started when the author is invited by Cindi and daughters Samantha and Rebekah for a robe party. They talked while eating muffins and drinking tea. When the author was about to go home, she was given a basket with muffins in it. Since then, she became close with the family even after it moves to Arkansas.


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