cityjaneLondon wrote: »
Didn't sleep much. Nuff said.
I'm a BFF kind of person. I've always had at least one friend with whom I have a "love" relationship and get excited about seeing them. It's not a sexual thing, but close. Currently my closest friend is my Portsmouth friend that I am seeing next week. I have been her friend since school days. She had a lot of problem coping with me meeting and marrying DH. I used to go on holiday with her. Fortunately she came through it, but I still feel a bit guilty. My previous BFF was my friend Ros who died last year. Truly loved her. She also felt rejected when I got together with DH. I think if I ever entered into a partnership with a female they would find that extremely hard.
I lost a BFF when I was splitting up with my husband. She found it all too difficult, but at least she could tell me that, which I appreciated and accepted.
The worst one was my friend Shirley who I wrote about in my memoir. She died just over a year ago of corticobasal degeneration. We split up, unexpectedly and without explanation, when the kids were young. It bothered and baffled me always, so I traced her through her husband just before she died. Very sad. I can only guess at her reasons.
All these break ups leave scars as our BFFs are huge parts of our lives. Luckily most of my good old friends are still around, even if I don't see them regularly. My female friends sustain me and create a happy warm map of hotspots wherever they live.
My mother also had BFFs which lasted all their lives. I think I inherited that need and capacity from her.
Usual Saturday today. Hair wash, newspaper, run?, curry. TV.
Love Heather UK xxxxxxxx
auntiebk wrote: »
Machka from 104F to snow in 3 days? And I thought Idaho weather was variable. :noway:
Barbara, the Southern Oregon Coastie
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