The kind of day I love

… the kind of day I love

From morning to this late evening I’ve revelled in the kind of day I love best – corresponding with, speaking with, or reading, or holding the work and gift of friends who are able to express themselves exquisitely. Home here, some days, whilst it’s still a bit chilly outside, is a lovely place to snuggle down on the sofa, surrounded by books and letters, phone near to hand – and just ‘hear’ and converse with the life and lives I’m fortunate enough to have a share in.

Today’s family and friends all know who they are, some very near, some very far from here, and I thank them for being who they are, and for the myriad ways in which – expressing themselves through writing, or painting, or sculpture, handiwork, hospitality, culinary skills, or deep, honest, fluid conversation about their passions, their present, their remembrance, their enthusiasms, their histories, doubts, joys, hurts and sorrows, their likes and loves, great giftedness, and so much else besides – they touch my life deeply, and ‘raise me up’ daily.

Oh, how we need each other – and it’s good to celebrate one another, every day …

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12 thoughts on “The kind of day I love

    1. Oh you lovely soul! – you remembered 😊 … grilled cheese – and a library’s worth of poetry, novels, experience, and great conversation. And then swimming in the sunshine over at Lori’s! And I’m still besotted with the daft notion of hot dogs (& maybe bumping into Hanks & Ryan – “I know you!”) – in Central Park 🤗✈️ xxx

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      1. My friend, if there is anyone who could turn that notion into reality, it’s you..and Hanks and Ryan would be delighted t meet you, of course. And by the way -I make an awesome grilled cheese..😉xxx

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