Monday, May 18, 2009

Kindred Spirits



Tonight I got to talk to a dear out of state friend of mine and boy was it the b-e-s-t phone time I've had in ages! So I encourage you to pick up the phone and connect with your friends. It's nice to communicate via email, texting, instant messenger but there is nothing like hearing the other person's voice on the other end of that phone line.

I love you my dear sweet sister, until we talk again...blessings always! Oh and by the way...I will put the gears in motion and start working on an idea for that project for you. *grin*

6 comments:

momma2thestrainkids said...

i dont ever have time to relax if im not doing house work im playing with one of the kiddo's or hubby (that the fun part) hehe.. or crocheting .. i sit up all hours of the night (like now 2am still up ) to enjoy the peace and quiet..

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

I know what you mean I have a dear friend I met over the internet and then in person and I so enjoy talking on the phone to her. Just hearing the voice is so great and personal.
Wanted to tell you, I tried your soap recipe and just love love love it. I didn't have the Zote soap so I used Ivory instead and I love the look and smell of my clothes.

Carrie of Farming On Faith said...

Thanks for the reminder~my we let ourselves get so busy!

Simply Heart And Home said...

Your entry touched my heart. I know how you feel.

My dearest bosom friend lives on the West Coast and I on the East Coast. Our phone calls (up to now) have not been as frequent as we'd like. We just signed up for verizon fios though and all my long distance calls will be free now. I am quite pleased!

You are cordially invited to enter my May Country Heart Giveaway drawing.

Blessings

Gina

cranky grandma said...

What a lovely post! I recently had a fantastic conversation with my dear pal too! There's always time to tell someone you care!

Blessed Beyond said...

What a great reminder! Living far away from everyone, I have to keep in touch some way. And I need to do it more!
Hugs and Blessings,