Reunited…and the conversation started where it left off

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42 thoughts on “Reunited…and the conversation started where it left off

  1. Wow, Thanks Angelo, that means a lot. Yes, if we only knew when we have those chance happenings. As a side, I have been asked to do a chapter in someone’s book; I have it completed but can’t get myself to send it in because I’m so unhappy with the opening line. Maybe I am just being a bit too writers-mind hard on myself and should just let it go off to their editors. I think you gave me a big boost of confidence today. Have a good weekend!

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  2. sweet story-and I have several friendships that are the same kind of story-the years passed and eventually we were all down to just a few conversations a year. when the children grew up, we were able to visit as we used to-nothing was lost. what golden friendships! Loved reading a happy and meaningful post.

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  3. Thank you for sharing your story with us! It made me think of my friend which is always a good feeling. Those besties really are, they love us unconditionally, as we do them 🙂
    There’s no pressure to take part in the quote me, I think your story gives hope for all currently distanced old friendships 🙂 ❤

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  4. Love this!! Thank you so much for sharing that with me. Those old besties are the greatest.
    Thanks for the quote me hope. Im notoriously bad at follow though with these. I really appreciate you including me. 😃

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  5. I relate so strongly to this. Last year, while working on my memoir, I kept wishing that I could get in touch with a woman who was a childhood friend up until I went away to college. We lost touch after that. Turned out, my sister-in-law’s mother went to church with her sister! She gave me her address. I mailed her a Christmas card with my phone number. She got in touch with me right away. We picked up as if not a day had passed, the bond still strong. We see each other at least once a month now, and text, messenger, etc. often. It’s a great feeling to reconnect with someone who meant so much to me, and still does.

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  6. Yeah its been wonderful. I will be super sad when she leaves today, but so grateful for the week. I really needed this and didnt know it. A nice divine intervention. I cant believe how tiny I look in that picture. Seems like yesterday or sometimes a million days when I was that young. ❤️😊

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  7. Oh Nancy, it is so good to hear from you. Im so sorry to hear of your extended hospital stay and six surgeries. What an ordeal. I have faith that you will come through surgery with flying colors on Wednesday. Im glad you let me know about whats happening. I’m send lots of love and good healing prayers your way. Rest and come home soon! 💞💞

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  8. Such a beautiful story, Alexis! I have missed you. I just got out of the hospital a week ago after a nine-month stay and six surgeries. I have another surgery on Wednesday but expect to come home by Friday. I have home health care and a mobile doctor who visits me (my surgeon has confined me to bed until I heal completely after this next surgery). But, now the I am out I plan to catch up with my fellow bloggers’ posts. ❤ you!

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  9. This is absolutely beautiful! My heart ached reading this post because I was and am in a similar situation with two of my best friends. This post just made me miss them so much! Thank you!

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  10. This is such a gorgeous read. It really touched my heart.
    I love this part: “It reminds me of the feeling of exhaling after holding your breath underwater and bursting to the surface. The hug of that one person who knows your history; has lived through your history with you, and because of that understands and accepts the why and how you navigate some of life’s events.”

    Because it is always so refreshing to not have to explain to someone who and how you are.
    You captured it beautifully. Great post x

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