This week Hubby is away & I’ve been enjoying my solitude. And in the wake of my mum’s death thinking of the value of small kindnesses.
Retirement can trigger a friends recession if you let it. You need to take the initiative, and not let old friends disappear from your life.
Let’s pretend that we’re standing in our backyards, holding our cups of tea. And we have a good natter over the backyard fence.
During a long winter, in the middle of a lock-down, after a year of pandemic, we are so ready for a pub night. Even if it is imaginary.
I’m musing about fall 2020 this week. About crisp mornings and cool evenings. About new fall clothes and old friends.
We’ve been to a fictional afternoon tea party, today. We’ve shared good food and drink, great conversation, and lots of laughter. Just what we all needed.
I’m musing about the nature of friendship this week. Thinking about old friends whom I treasure. And how they have enriched my life.
So. England. Now, where was I? Better settle in with your coffee or a glass of wine, depending on which time zone you live in, folks. This is going to be a long one. Our UK trip continued apace after …
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