Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Imaginary Friends


Yesterday when I was talking to my MIL, she kept saying "Grant said we were supposed to get some rain this week" and "Jennifer said they're adding a roundabout down on Joyce Street." I'm thinking, now who is this...I'm not recognizing the names of any of her neighbors in this conversation. Then it dawned on me, she was talking about the channel 5 newscast, reporters and weathermen. She was talking like she knew them, the kind of relationship you have with a close friend. I couldn't help but smile :) Then later I was telling my husband that Ree had a bunch of friends over to make mozzarella and she took the funniest picture of Charlie rolled over on his back begging for bellyrubs! Then Karen took the ponies over to visit Margaret, wasn't that nice? She sure looks good for 89, don't you think? And Jayme and Glenco went camping in 102 degree weather, Can you believe THAT??? Imaginary friends... I think NOT!

8 comments:

  1. I've done that myself!!! Enjoy your day!

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  2. That was bang on! I find myself doing the very same thing.

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  3. Reminds me of my grandmother. Now my mom is doing this. I guess I will be next?

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  4. LOL.. adorable post :-) I talk about my blog buddies all the time with my husband... where they've been, what great recipes were posted... their view on a particular thing...

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  5. ha ha. perfect comparison! :)

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  6. oh HOW funny. You know what girl - just today I was thinking - between blogging - meeting blog friends in 'real life' and the LL club that I'm for weight loss - I would say 85% of my real life friends I've made from the Internet. Isn't that just something? I'm so grateful for the WWW!

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  7. I continue to meet new people "face to face" and LOVE it!...:)JP

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  8. You too? LOL
    Whether Blogging or TV, after so long you feel like you know people.

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