Storytelling that brings back memories
I'd wait for you Liz, but where is the bench?
Hi David,I think you are on it. :)Thank you for waiting. :)
I'll meet you there. I'm kinda around most of the time, just lurking doing nothing useful anyway. ;)
Still dropping in.Another David
Umm, where's the bench?i'm really a quiet person and you may be bored. :)
Ah, Dsnake,Close friends don't need to talk. It's enough to be together. :)
Hi good for nowt,Thanks for dropping in.:)
Hi bluesky,It's so lovely to know you're around. Everyone needs a friend in their corner. :)
Ouch!(Really, the first thing that came to mind when I read this: ouch!)We can become so busy, so involved with our own thoughts, aims, goals etc, we forget some friends or 'habits' others think are/were the most important 'habits' for them. And we left them 'waiting' until we remind ourselves of the pleasure we ourselves received from those simple 'habits'.Thanks for the reminder Liz
You know what is the worst... When you are sitting there with someone and it still feels like your alone. The other side to this would be hanging with someone that you haven't seen in years and you can just pick up where ever you left off.... That one is the best!Have a nice day Liz!
Hi Lucid,Oh an unwanted silence can be so loud and so unfriendly. It's almost painful to bear. But a reunion with an old friend is everything you describe. Thanks, Have a great day yourself!
Karin,I wtote this from my email. I forget to go sit on the bench with myself. Gosh I need my friends to remind me to sit them as well. I find myself thinking "oh gosh is it the weekend again, alrady!" Ouch. I know what you mean. :)
Hi Bungi!Thank you.
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