Do You Have Different Friends For Different Seasons?

 

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Holland Creek Trail, Ladysmith, British Columbia

 

What happens when The Widow Badass, Retirement Reflections and Behind the Scenery meet up?

You guessed it!  A whole lot of shenanigans!

I am sharing your word, Joanne .  Thank you for sharing your friend.

 

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Two Beautiful Ladies on a carpet of leaves

We Have Three Types Of Friends In Life

  • Friends for a Reason. 

  • Friends for a Season.

  • And Friends for a Lifetime.

 

 

The Reason

Deb  The Widow Badass Blog  was visiting The Island.  Donna Retirement Reflections Blog  plus Deb and I met at “The Old Town Bakery” in Ladysmith thanks to Donna’s recommendation.

I know only a few things about Ladysmith.

  • Pamela Anderson was born and raised here.
  • The Christmas Festival of Lights is a huge event.  
  • It is worth stopping at The Old Town Bakery, voted as having “The best cinnamon buns on the island.” 

The constant flow of people coming in and out of this bakery and my taste buds agree with all of the praise. 

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The Season

Autumn.

A beautiful, peaceful time of year with changing colours and cooler temperatures.

Perfect for going on a hike and exploring The Holland Creek Trail in Ladysmith.  Another great recommendation from Donna.  Donna shares more detailed information and beautiful photos here

 

 

 

 

 

Perfect for spending time with these two amazing women. 

That evening, at home, my husband asked me about my day and my new friends.

 Searching for words, I told him,  “Donna and Deb are More.”

            “They are More interesting, More witty, More kind and caring, and More beautiful inside and out than you may imagine reading their blogs.  We had a lot of fun!”

 

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Walking into a Fairy Tale

Friends For A Lifetime

Most of us have made more than one Friend in our lifetime:

  • The going to the movies Friend.
  • The work Friend.
  • The foodie Friend.
  • The fearless adventurer Friend.
  • The pour your heart out and share your soul Friend.  
  • The very wise Friend.
  • And more recently, the Blogging Friend.

 

If we are fortunate, we will have Friends for a Lifetime.  Priceless.

 

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The Salmon Whisperer
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Pretty in the Rain

The Autumn of my life

I am truly grateful for all of my Friends.  

You have enriched my life beyond measure.

I cherish our precious time together.  An irreplaceable gift.

We share hobbies.  We share stories.  We share a part of ourselves.

                  

                      Our life becomes More.   We become More.

 

Do you have long term friends?  Have you recently made new friends? 

 

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Obligatory Selfie of three goofy (oops, intelligent) women

98 thoughts on “Do You Have Different Friends For Different Seasons?

  1. Oh my, Erica! I loved every single thing about this post! My mother always told me you were blessed if you have one good friend in your life…of course, that was before WordPress. Your photos are stunning! I particularly love “Two Beautiful Ladies on a carpet of leaves.” Great post!

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    1. Thank you for reading and your lovely comment, Jill. I ended up sorting through a lot of photos. I immediately liked the one of Deb and Donna on the carpet of leaves. I knew it was a keeper. Have a great weekend, Jill, hopefully enjoying some quiet time🙂

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    1. You fit everyone of my friendship categories, Eduarda ❤️ Especially the “pour your heart out and share your soul” “very wise” And, yes, the Foodie Friend! About 1 1/2 hours to get there, although the hike and the bakery worth it for a future adventure for us:) 🙂

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  2. What a colorful post Erica, not just the pictures are fantastic, your words merge with those ochre, orange and green hues of breathtaking Autumn. How wonderful to have all kinds of friends that you have mentioned. You are my newest blogging friend 🙂 Love that last picture.

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    1. Thank you, Balroop. You are an inspiration to me, especially how your words evoke emotion. I debated on that last photo, although, I could not resist adding it. Thank you for reading and your supportive comments.🙂

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    1. I had a great time with you and Donna! I truly was at a loss for words when my husband asked about my day. I tried to explain how it was “better than” and “more” on many levels. I also look forward to many more walks, talks and adventures. Have a safe trip, Deb, and we will see you again, soon.💞

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  3. Loved this post!! Had already read Donna’s post about your all’s walk through Holland Creek Trail. It’s good to have certain friends to do different things with. For example, I have a friend who likes to go to the movies but here it is October and she absolutely will not go see any scary movies!! And we can’t forget our blogging friends. Then if we’re fortunate we’ll have some friends for a lifetime!!

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    1. Hi Dee, Very funny on the scary movie and your friend. I will not go to a scary movie, either. Last one was “Exorcist” and I still can’t get a few scenes out of my head. Blogging friends is a new category and a pleasant surprise. You are absolutely right, Dee, how fortunate we are to have friends for a lifetime. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and your constant support:)

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  4. I actually read this post last night but my iPad wasn’t being cooperative enough to let me comment. So here I am back this morning.

    I loved the description of ‘more’. I get it. I haven’t yet had the chance to meet you and Donna, but ‘more’ definitely describes every outing I’ve had with Deb. hmmm – maybe she’s the common denominator 🙂

    Fall is such a gorgeous time of year and the photos of your walk together look like you captured it at its most beautiful.

    Friends truly are the icing on life’s cake 💕 (Shenanigans are optional 😉)

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    1. Hi Joanne, You definitely came up in our conversation (in a good way:) We are excited about your visit! Lots to see and do around here. Donna found a Duncan Totem tour link. Something I have never done. I may check it out in the next few weeks.

      We have ideas/suggestions. You do a lot of research and you will be looking into specific activities and adventures that appeal to you. Let me know if I can help in any way.🙂

      We had a great day for a hike. Mostly cloudy, rainy and some sun. Better for taking pictures. Deb told us you had a word for this, I think “flat light.”

      Donna and Deb were truly the icing on the day!

      I hope you are feeling better, Joanne. 💕

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      1. Yes – I know ‘flat light’ very well. Some people are discouraged by mostly cloudy and rainy skies, but I’m glad the three of you didn’t interfere with your plans … although when you live on Vancouver Island I guess it becomes the norm at this time of year.
        I’m lucky that my one and only trip to Vancouver Island 20 years ago was in sunshine 🙂

        I too am really looking forward to my trip there. All the ideas you can offer will be greatly appreciated. Right now I don’t know what I don’t know.
        At some point, maybe in the spring, it will be easier to simply have a phone call – or several – to iron out some details 🙂 In the meantime I’m simply gathering possibilities. The truth is I’d probably need a month there to squeeze it all in 😏

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        1. You have travelled a great deal, Joanne. You know you never really have the opportunity to see everything. It is often the unexpected surprises on a trip that add special meaning. Donna is a great resource, too. She is an amazing planner and researching! I am actually very curious about the Duncan Totem tour since I have not done this, yet. I may take 2 of my grandchildren (3 1/2 and 6) for a totem exploring adventure on the next Pro D day 🙂 We will definitely communicate more before next Summer.🙂

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          1. I tend to waffle back and forth. Sometimes I just go with whatever the universe throws at me and other times I’ll research something extensively beforehand. There are pros and cons in both.

            Let us know how the totem tour goes!!

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  5. When I saw bakery I thought “I have to move there!” Not that we don’t have bakeries here but your prose makes it all sound like so much fun. There are different friends and some are just transitory acquaintances. Some like to gossip, some like to “do” things and some are truly soul mates. I have one really long-term friend. We have lunch about every other month. We compare feelings and often are going through similar things. She’s someone I turn to for “real” advice.

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    1. Hi Kate, I think many women “get it” on having different friends throughout their life. Sometimes friends lose touch because of distance. Your long term friend sounds very special, Kate. You sound like you are soul mates, when you meet every two months and still stay closely connected. Thank you for stopping by and sharing your thoughts:)

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  6. What a beautiful time you all had, Erica! And, I love the theme you built your blog post around.

    Living on the road can be very isolating. We sometimes meet like-minded people we might have a conversation or even a meal with, but then, we all go separate ways. In general, I have plenty of friends, but we communicate via email or blog comments. So, when we are back in Massachusetts, where some of my husband’s (and now my) friends live and where we stay with my in-laws, it is a treat to catch up with real-life friends. That’s what we did last night and it was a blast! I miss not having a girlfriend close by or being able to “pour my heart out” to anyone.

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    1. Hi Liesbet, You make a good point on friendship. It helps if you have the opportunity to spend time together. It is different on the real-life friends. I knew I liked Donna and Deb before I met them. Then, I found I liked them even “more” when we spent time together. I agree on a girlfriend close by. It is very cathartic and therapeutic to be able to “pour your heart out” to a close friend. Everyone lives vicariously through your adventures, Liesbet. Yet, it is good to hear all sides of living your lifestyle. Glad you had fun last night. Thank you for sharing.🙂

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    1. Marty, I know, stressful! 😅 There were many windows with many more bakery items behind them. Savoury items, fresh breads and buns, cookie bars, cinnamon buns, croissants…….is there drool on your device, yet? I was already being a pain asking the line-up of people to move over so I could take a few photos.😅

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  7. Hi Erica – Your post and photos captured the beauty in nature, autumn season, and friendship so well. All of them enrich our souls. In a way, I’m glad that bakery is far from me as I wouldn’t be able to resist going there often. Thanks for sharing your wonderful outing with us.

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    1. You are right, Natalie, “enrich our souls.” That bakery is about 1 1/2 hours from my house. A good thing! Too tempting. I heard different accents and different languages spoken when we were there. It seems to be a tourist destination, too. Thank you for your kind comment, Natalie. 🙂 I look forward to reading more of your adventures.

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  8. Hi Erica! I LOVED your photos and your words so perfectly captured the sentiment when friends connect and then get together. How wonderful for you all and thank you for sharing your experience with all of us! ~Kathy

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    1. Thank you, Kathy, You know first hand how lovely Donna is. Same with Deb. We easily had lots to talk about. I was teasing Donna, that we would still be on that trail, chatting and taking pictures. We had to pick up the pace towards the end of our hike. We did not want Richard sending a search party out for us. I did not know where I was going with the story and then I started to think about friendship and the season we are in. Thank you for your kind, supportive comment, Kathy💕

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  9. There is nothing quite like a carpet of fall leaves wet down from a recent rain. The only thing that could make it more special is being in the company of highly compatible new friends. What a beautiful walk, with amazing photographs that capture the spirit of the day. That one with Deb and Donna walking up the path is magazine worthy! You should share it with the park service or # their Instagram feed if they have one.

    My friends are pretty compartmentalized into tennis friends, book club friends, Mahjongg friends, photography club friends and close friends. My husband is my best friend (I know that sounds cliche’), but I still seek out and enjoy the prospective of a close female friend on some issues. More is the perfect word to describe how true friends contribute to our lives. Lovely post.

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    1. You are right, Suzanne, on the highly compatible new friends. I took a lot of photos, (of course:) I really like how the carpet of leaves photo makes me feel. It captured the mood and the season. I usually use a Panasonic ZS70 although, I finally got a new phone a couple of weeks ago. Went from a 6 to a 10R iphone. The huge bonus, is it works much better on a low light, rainy day. I did not have to worry about the lens getting rain drops. I know you take a lot of amazing photos, Suzanne!

      Immediate tears sprang up when you called your husband your best friend. Not cliche, heartfelt. Thank you for sharing your thoughts💕

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    1. We did have a fun time, Donna! Also fun to experiment with our cameras/phones. Your photos are gorgeous!! I have had my phone for only a couple of weeks and I made myself use it more on Thursday because of the rain. I also plan to get the Alltrail app. I may think about the offline maps.

      I greatly appreciate your research and recommendations, Donna. 🙂 It all turned out Better than and More. I don’t mind the driving. Worth it!! 💕

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  10. A fabulous post Erica, and I agree with your list of friendships. We are indeed fortunate if we have friends and lately my blogging friends have been supportive and caring towards me I don’t know what I’d do with out you all. I really enjoyed seeing you all catch up together and having fun in that beautiful area!

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    1. Thank you, Deb, for your lovely comment. We are fortunate to build friendships and they do help carry and navigate us through the challenges and the fun times. You are a supportive, kind person, Deb. Many of us are Mothers and Grandmothers and we would do anything for our children. 💕

      I think I was reading about Mediterranean Islands on a Wish List? We live on an Island. Just sayin’. 🙂

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    1. Hi Michael, Thank you for reading and sharing your thoughts. I “get it” when Friends become Family. A friend for over 40 years is truly a gift. Especially when they have a lot of history with you and they could divulge some good stories😉

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    1. Hi Joanne, It was pouring rain on the drive there and on the drive back. The weather improved on the actual hike with some rain, lots of clouds and sun occasionally peeking through the clouds. In some ways the area is quite sheltered because of the trees. We would have LOVED to have you join us, Joanne!!

      I enjoy seeing your amazing photos on Instagram. I look forward to reading more about your vacation🙂

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  11. Hi Erica! First off, your photos are outstanding! I especially liked the one of Donna walking through the leaves. Just like Jill said, her coat reminds me of Paddington Bear. I love how you described different types of friendships and how much they impact our happiness and sense of well-being. When we get older, it can be difficult to make new friends. We don’t have school, or work, or young kids to act as a catalyst and provide us an easy way to meet others with common interests. I think that blogging does that, at least for me. I have met amazing women (you included) that I would have never met otherwise and we instantly have something in common.

    I am amazed at how beautiful the fall season looks on Vancouver Island. I think I’ll have to plan a trip up to see it in person at some point. We just don’t get those autumn colors around here. You really live in a lovely area. Oh, and that bakery… yummers!

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    1. Hi Janis, I really like the one of Donna walking through the leaves, too. It made me feel like she was walking into a fairy tale forest. Surreal.

      I agree with you. We often do not meet new people at this stage. It was very much a pleasant surprise to meet like-minded, interesting and very supportive bloggers (you included:)

      We could easily have walked a few more hours, talking and taking photos. Our calves, hips and knees may not have been as happy the next day.🙂

      The pictures turned out pretty good for the both of us (Deb will likely have her version and photos after she returns home). The irony is how we debated going on this walk, since it was raining. We are also on the tail end of Autumn here and most of the leaves have fallen from the trees. It would be wonderful if you and Paul could visit again!!

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  12. Hi Erica – my Word of the Year is “More” and used in the same way you’ve used it here – I love the idea of More of the good stuff in life and more of what makes us happy – and good friends definitely come close to the top of the list. I also love how bloggers have an instant affinity when we meet IRL – it’s like we’ve known each other for years. I’m not sure if it’s because we read about each other’s lives, or because we’re a certain personality type, or whatever – but it’s amazing and I’m yet to meet a blogger I didn’t like! I just wish I could warp distance so I could come over and meet all the Canadian bloggers – I think we’re all kindred spirits xx

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    1. I agree with all that you say, Leanne on how bloggers have an instant affinity. Likely a combination of all of the reasons you mention, especially kindred spirits. 🙂 When we have the opportunity to meet up, it feels like meeting up with an old friend. I really enjoy reading and learning about the other hemisphere. How alike we are, yet we live in other Seasons. It is a good reminder how we are all on this planet together. Thank you for your kind comment and your constant support.💕

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  13. Well, you know I’m all about blogging friends, having explored that topic [in depth] on my blog! I like the reason/season/life saying you mentioned and have been known to use it to explain the comings and goings of people in my life. As for new friends, they’re few and far between. This is not the friendliest part of the country, but that’s ok my old friends are great.

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  14. I’ve come across this post just as I am searching for a friend. I have a lifetime friend who lives in another state and I rarely see. Had work friends but lost touch with them when I retired and they kept working. Have friends who are the wives of the men my husband plays baseball with. But I don’t have a more friend. I can tell that Donna is a precious soul just from meeting her and growing our virtual friendship. And having discovered your blog, I am feeling a connection with you, too. Have now added The Widow Badass to my Bloglovin’ feed.

    So glad you enjoyed this afternoon with friends. The pastries look like the cherry on top of the proverbial perfect day. Your photographs are stunning. I had forgotten trees really do turn the most beautiful colors. And that brook or stream, gurgling beside the trail. What a lovely place to walk and get to know one another.

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    1. Funny, how life coincides, Leslie. Stories seem to appear in sync with your life. Donna is definitely a precious soul. I saw that early on, too. She has a kind comment for everyone and she is supportive to everyone she meets. It was a pleasure to meet Deb, The Widow Badass. She is a very sweet person, despite the name. 🙂 I could not gather the words to truly explain how they are even more genuine and interesting in Real Life. Therefore, the “More.”

      Yes, Leslie, I also sense the connection with you. Another kindred spirit. This park was a lovely place to get to know one another. I wish all the blogger friends could experience the real life meet up in this type of a setting. Thank you for sharing your very thoughtful comment:)

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  15. Oh my, what a great post about what looks like marvelous fun. I am drooling over the pastries and absolutely love the “Walking into a Fairy Tale!” I agree with your friends assessment. We have friends that we see once a year in September at the golf tournament. Thanks for sharing these marvelous pictures and your fun adventure together!

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    1. Thanks for your kind comment, Janet. The “Walking into a Fairy Tale” is also a favourite photo for me. It was such interesting lighting with a mixture of sun and rain. The icing on the cake was sharing it with new friends:)

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and your kind comment, Ingrid. Donna and Deb truly made it extra fun. We debated going to this park because it was raining. I am glad we did go. It was pretty sheltered in the trees and we warmed up quickly. You are very outdoorsy, Ingrid. I know you appreciate the beauty in nature:)

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  16. I just had a milestone birthday and discovered most of my friends have been kicking around for 20-30 years, though I have a few in the 7+ year group too….and yes, I have my go tos for catch ups at the theatre, dancing and kookier activities. The YES men! (women actually, but people that say YES off the bat) #MLSTL

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    1. Wow, Lydia! Very few people use the phrase “the yes men/people.” We have this saying in our house and I have a special friend I call my “yes” friend for this very reason. Special to have friends for 20-30 years. Thank you for stopping by and sharing your thoughts:)

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  17. Oh, I love this! How fun for you all! I am very much looking forward to the time that happens for me. I love your photos-they are wonderful! It was a great look into your day

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    1. Nice to meet you, Theresa. I just popped over to your site and your Instagram page. Beautiful and informative. I plan to read more. Thank you for stopping here and your lovely comment:) Erica

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  18. What a delightful feel good post to read. Just what I needed! How lovely is it to meet up with blogging friends?! It’s amazing how much we know each other before we even meet and to have the love of blogging in common makes for non stop conversation. Beautiful photos too! 🙂 I’ve shared on my FB page for #MLSTL xo

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  19. Okay, Erica, these photos are stunning! The area is beautiful, obviously, but also the way your were able to capture the beauty is pretty impressive. Thank you for sharing them. I was also touched by your story of friends who are More. That’s what we all need more of in this life. My dearest friend passed away unexpectedly just one year ago, and I feel the loss keenly. Luckily, I have siblings who are close and now some blogging friends that I hope to meet IRL at some point. In a few years, when I retire, we plan to travel more, and I may just come calling! 🙂

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    1. Hi Christie, I wasn’t sure where I was going with my story and then I thought about the concept of friends. I am very sorry to hear about your friend. I cannot imagine how difficult. I would love if you come calling, Christie! Visiting, exploring, walking, food! Fun! Thank you for reading and sharing your thoughts.🙂

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  20. Those fall colors are just beautiful, Erica!! And you’ve captured them spectacularly. It sounds like you had an amazing time. “More” can certainly be a wonderful thing. 🙂 Friends truly are special. Whether they are there for a reason, season, or lifetime, they enrich our lives immensely. I’m happy to have been blessed with all types. 🙂

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  21. What a lovely way to look at friendship and I was fortunate to meet Donna in real life when we were visiting Vancouver Island on a cruise. I’m sorry Erica you weren’t around when we visiting. There is something special about meeting bloggers and especially those who live on the other side of the world. I just love Autumn and the Fall Colours and would have loved to have joined you all. Have a beautiful day and thank you for sharing at #MLSTL.

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    1. Hi Sue, You knew Donna is lovely and a real gem even before you met her in real life. 🙂 I also love reading about life on the other side of the world. I enjoyed see photos of your visit on Instagram. Thank you for sharing your amazing energy with us, Sue🙂

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    1. Hi Jennifer, We are fortunate here where we do get all four seasons. A treat to be friends with another blogger. It helps if you live close to each other. Thank you for your kind comment:)

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  22. What an amazing day! I love the post and your thoughts about friends. Meeting up with other blogging friends is so much fun. With those two it looks like you’d have a blast anywhere. 😀

    I love the fall colors, and how you used scale to show how tall the trees are compared to a person.

    Whatever that pastry is in the top right corner covered in dark chocolate and topped with nuts would be my pick! It looks so yummy and sinful.

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    1. Everything about that day was great! We initially debated on heading out for a walk, since it was raining. Glad we went. Interesting comment, Deborah on using scale. For me, I just lucked out and I was experimenting with a new phone camera. I learn a great deal from you🙂 Thank you!

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  23. I have different types of forever friends Erica and have made new ones to date.
    Joan my forever friend aged 89 years is currently in a nursing home.
    I am going to reblog a post devoted to joan as her daughter notified me today of her deteriorating health.

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    1. As you know, Margaret, friends are a treasure and priceless. I happen to be meeting a “forever friend” (I like how you word this) today for a walk and a coffee. We have been friends for over fifty years. Well wishes to Joan and her daughter. Always very difficult. I look forward to reading your post. Thank you for stopping by and sharing:)

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  24. Aw Erica,
    I see that I have already reblogged this post and as far as I know a post can only be reblogged once.
    Enjoy your special time with your friend.
    Aren’t friendships interesting. Just over two years ago I resumed contact with a primary school friend via her mother in law. Our paths separated aged 11 years when we went to different schools.
    After all these years my ‘best friend’ is still as special & bubbly.
    I recently met an ex colleague & friend but I felt that sparkle between us had gone.
    Joan was an ex colleague, friend, mentor & surrogate mother whose sparkle never dimmed.
    Thank you for aiding that reflection Erica.

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  25. I love this post, Erica. The warmth of it flows from the screen to my heart. What a beautiful trio, and how wonderful to have found that there is more to your online friendship when you met up in person. Yes, we do have many friends for many different reasons and seasons, and we are indeed fortunate to have some friends for a lifetime.

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    1. It was a real treat to meet up with these ladies. I felt like I already knew them and we had lots to talk about. We covered many topics and the conversation was easy. Thank you for your encouraging, kind words, Norah. It means a great deal to me.

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  26. Hi Erica,
    I learned of your gettogether with Donna and WBA over at Deb’s blog. What another great opportunity.
    You know what I think of my blogging friends. I’ve met none of you IRL, but I consider you all great friends all the same.
    A friend is someone you share yourself with…and I’ve done more sharing of myself in my blog and to you all than to many folks I’ve known my whole life.
    Still, I look forward to the time when we can actually get together in person and it is so lovely that you have been able to do so already. And I’ve just a little envious. But I know that my opportunity will come.
    The photos of the hike look lovely. We’ve left NH and the foliage for sunny FL, but I’m not sorry. It’s lovely (and warm!) here, too.

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    1. I totally get it on sharing more of ourselves on our blogs, Nancy. This is why it feels so natural and special to connect IRL. I look forward to reading more about sunny FL. Part of the extra fun of the blogosphere is we are all part of this small planet. Some of us are wearing a few more layers of clothing and boots now than others 🙂

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