... for Knots in the String.
This is beautiful. So many emotions. Thank you for sharing and thank goodness for friends.
This has been a lovely, peaceful read. It sounds like maybe your life hasn’t been peaceful, but your voice conveys grounding, so apparently your friends have done good! This month for me is all about refilling my soul with the company of family and friends. I’m storing up all their joy and wisdom and smiles and hugs for the time when they are far away, it is so important to have them
In our lives. I hope they support you as long as you need it. Best wishes to you!
Thanks Prue - always more evidence about the importance of our connections and how that exchange of care and compassion lifts us up and/or we lift up others. So many stories and at the same time that sense that time is whipping by in nanoseconds! Stay well...
Friends help you through difficult times and are there to share the good times as well. You got a friend in me. Great wee video I love it xx
Prue, I'm sending love. What a beautiful post. Charge every cell of your body with the love and hope and energy from those special people, and swish your red ballet folds in tandem with that rippling piece of shredded silk.
Lambs! Wonderful! When I was a child, lambing time was absolutely magical - those new babies would be our latest playmates.
Hugs to you, Prue. I wish I could have seen the pictures in this post, but I've got connectivity issues at the moment - I'll catch up later! Not that that matters with writing as evocative as yours - you've supplied a picture with every paragraph straight to my mind's eye. 😘
A beautiful piece Prue and I am so sorry that you are mired in that anxious place when a loved one is not well. I have been going through something similar here with a beloved sis-in-law and her own courage makes me feel like a wuss as SHE is the one going through everything. Your post is full of hope and freshness despite it all - keep on keeping on, Prue! And we've been enjoying the women's football here too - I have to say that I'm always impressed that the "magic sponge bag" (from the medics not the stylists!) comes out far less with the ladies, don't you notice? No theatrical writhing about till someone notices, they just get on, splendidly, with the game. Thank you for sharing as always!
Prue, it brings me relief to know you have people who care about you standing near, giving you an arm of support, a needed distraction, courage when your tank needs refilling. And, sweet, overdue exhalations! I hope things continue to move in a positive direction. The video of little Claire Crosby and her dad sent me down the rabbit hole for a few minutes. What a precious, precocious girl! Singing, for me, is a balm unto itself. Thanks for sharing.