Saturday, 6 September 2014

Friends


Friends continue to surround me with their thoughts and their love.  Even people we don't know that well are being incredibly kind.  The YFG's piano teacher turned up Thursday afternoon with this bouquet for me - quite out of the blue.  She is a lovely lady, also a widow who lost her husband to cancer several years ago, and she has been very supportive to me since the FH's last illness and death.  I give thanks for people like her - they are continuing to hold me up, as you do, dear friends, who comment and read and just send kind thoughts.  Thank you.

9 comments:

sarah said...

Hello there, I agree friends can be invaluable during such a difficult time. You and the girls have done so well. You are an amazing mum and your husband would be so very proud of you all and the way that you have coped with so many recent changes. Sending you lots of love xx

Kim @ Him, Him Me said...

Hi Morgan,
Isn't it lovely to have friends both real or in Blogland, who show they care in so many ways?
I hope EFG settles in to Uni ok & that YFG & you don't miss her too much.

Take care

SusanM said...

Wishing EFG lots of happiness and success at university. Your house must be feeling very empty right now. You've all done brilliantly x

simplesuffolksmallholder said...

Lovely flowers, I was inspired to go and see what I could find in the garden.
I love the way your YFG has expanded to fill the vacant space with her sewing machine! Every cloud.....
Take care

veeknits19 said...

Friends are such a blessing. Hope EFG settles & enjoys Uni & that you & YFG don't miss her too much. I expect you will continue to be busy, big hugs, Vee x

Morgan said...

@SusanM - my house doesn't feel empty as much as a bomb site! There hasn't been a lot of time [or inclination, if I am honest] for housework these last weeks, with getting all her stuff organised and doing things together, just spending TIME with her and the YFG all together - so I have got to spend some time this weekend with the housework! The YFG is upstairs, with a friend, making stuff on the sewing machine, so she is happy!

@all of you - THANK YOU xxx

SusanM said...

Morgan, spending time together is much more important than housework!

Bridget said...

I agree with SusanM! Wholeheartedly!!
It's weird sometimes how life changes so unexpectedly and completely.
There are certain times in your life when you find out who your real friends are x

Angela said...

Friends are always precious. Family is always precious. Housework is often optional