Saturday, July 18, 2015

Jewels

There's something about good friends who come to stay.

Hard to define.

I've lost a fair whack of them in the last few years, so the remaining are very precious indeed.

So last night, just the sitting and chatting and sharing the "all-of-its" is better than a week at a spa with therapists hand and foot 24/7.

Ya know?

9 comments:

  1. So true. It's my turn next week to go and stay with good friend in Cornwall to help her post-op.

    There'll be a lot of sitting and chatting and (I've just discovered) her hope that I'll sort her garden out....bliss.

    Love and hugs to you. I've enjoyed catching up with you.

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  2. So true. There is nothing like a good "old" (as in longtime) friend. New ones are great too, but seem fewer and further between, don't they?

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  3. I do love sitting and chatting with friends. Although I wouldn't turn away a spa.

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  4. Having lost friends since my twenties, and now having lost five people in two years, I completely concur and hope you have a wonderful time with your friends this week.

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  5. Catching up with you. Friends and chat and sharing, blogiversaries and all! And thyme. :)

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  6. Yes! Those that love us unabashedly are a balm to the soul. I got some of that when I went home to Nova Scotia for three weeks - especially from one group of women (self-called The Canadian Babes) who are always prepared to go deep.

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  7. Oh yes. I don't have many friends living where I live now, having moved so often over the years, but the ones I do have are super-special. Also, my far-flung friends visit from time to time and I have been able to visit them, too.

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  8. I know! Caught up with a friend I hadn't seen in a long time and told her she was better than seeing a therapist. It's even better when you have a string of days ~

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