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Tag Archives: friends
Here’s a poser for your courtesy of Rory aka a guycalledbloke. How many friends does a grown up actually need? Girls, same as guys, always had a best mate, a buddy, someone you’d hang around with most of the time. … Continue reading
Both of us had a bad night, though Maggie settled after midnight and slept through until 6, when she wanted to go out. Both businesses done, we went back to bed. Hubby was zonked (finally) in the spare room, so … Continue reading
It was the funeral today, and the weather could have been a little more sympathetic. We decided to leave early so as not to get blocked in our drive and to find somewhere to park at the other end as … Continue reading
I’ve read a few posts recently about friends and relationships. What classes as a best friend? Is it someone you’ve known practically all your life, or someone who entered it at a particular moment and has stuck with you through … Continue reading
A dear boating friend has recently celebrated his 80th birthday and kindly sent us photos of his family and celebrations. Apparently 16 adults and four children went out for an Italian meal, then it was back to their daughter’s house … Continue reading
I wrote a couple of letters today, you know, the old fashioned variety with pen and paper (well, pretty card), envelope and a stamp. I keep in contact with a lot of people via email, text messages, and the odd … Continue reading