This comment is so true. You go out wearing a different hat
and put on a brave face.
'How are you? they ask.
'Fine' you reply.
The truth is nobody wants to hear a list of your aches,
pains, worries or troubles.
They have worries and pains of their own and probably
have their best smile on.
Only true friends know how you feel. A touch or squeeze of a hand
or a gentle hug mean the wortld......
Anyway, I had a great day yesterday. I went to Chapel in the morning, picked up the prescriptions, filled up with petrol and then drove off to meet my sister Jackie for lunch.
We had arranged to meet about halfway in a place called
The Ratchatchers! This had a great reputation, especially for its pies.
We were not disappointed. We both had a superb chicken and leek pie
with all fresh vegetables, followed by lipsmacking sweets!
I was so tured when I got home as I am not used to driving that far,
dozing in front of the TV that evening.
Instead of rising at 5.30 to 6am I slept till 7.30!
Now I shall have a quiet day to recover! LOL!
Love and Hugs