A friend should be one in whose understanding and virtue we can equally confide, and whose opinion we can value at once for its justness and its sincerity. ~ Robert Hall
I spoke to such a friend yesterday, when the call ended, the timer on the phone said 1:58:01. It felt like ten minutes, we will do it again my friend.
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A Man Asked A Sculptorist:
“How Do U Make Such BEAUTIFUL Idols From Stone?”
“Idols & Images Are Already Hidden There…
I Remove Unwanted Stone 0nly..!”
Your HAPPINESS Is HIDDEN Within You,
Just REMOVE Your WORRIES!
ALWAYS check what you put in the washing machine. Why? Just read this.
The link to the washing machine post led me to discover a kind of humour that is so typically English that I remembered some other friends capable of telling such stories. So, your post on friends, did lead me to some friends in a way. Thank you.
Went over to the deppeffect via your link — left a comment there on a close call related to laundry. Thanks for sharing that link. 😉
Mike – I hope your comments appear over there sooner than mine, they seem to be stuck in the washer. 🙁
Ramana – Glad the post brought back memories.
I don’t think I have ever spoken to a friend on the phone for 2 hours. Whoa! That is dedication. Lol.
I know of what you speak GM – last month I spoke to my mate in the UK for almost the exact same length of time – a very pleasant time indeed
I guess accidently putting my cat in the washing machine is not a good idea.
Inspiring thought indeed….
Gigi – Most of my long calls are to family and friends outside Northern Ireland.
shackman – My family and long time friends are over 100 miles away and some of my ‘new’ friends are on other continents, so when we call each other we have plenty to share.
Mayo – Not a good idea at all. Don’t think of doing it with the chicks.
Friends are timeless. Last week we saw a couple we haven’t seen since 1977, picked up like it was yesterday.
Maria G – We are all sculptors.
Warren – I like friends like that.
Love the sculpture quote.
I enjoyed the washing machine story. Never heard of a book going in with the wash before 🙂
Tilly – I was a little surprised too, but then I put the items in one at a time and try to remember to check pockets.