“A loyal friend laughs at your jokes when they’re not so good, and sympathizes with your problems when they’re not so bad.”
~ Arnold H. Glasgow
“In the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter, for in the dew of little things the heart finds its morning and is refreshed.”
~ Khalil Gibran
Our prompt this month in The Studio 2.O class I’m taking with the talented and amazing Kim Klassen is “foraging”. Yesterday, in between rain showers, I foraged in my back yard and gathered a few things from the Virginia creeper vine to photograph.
I had harvested the squash from my garden in the morning and done some other garden chores. Good thing I got to it early because it turned out to be a crazy weather day. Rain, wind, thunder, sun, then more rain and wind. Then this:
This afternoon, as is the case most Fridays, I’ll be blessed to enjoy coffee and a visit with a dear friend. There’s something precious about having a friend you’ve known for a long time, someone who already knows your story, someone you’ve shared experiences, much laughter and a few tears with over the years, who remains a constant in your life.
In this I am blessed.
I like your foraging photo. Again, simple but stunning. And the rainbows! I can see the gold.
Love the red. There is little that can replace a friend like that. They are so nice to have.