34 thoughts on “Daily Quip

  1. Murphy’s Law

    Yes they can! For those of us of a “certain age’ they may also become our lifeline! I have some good neighbors…. I hope they feel I am a good neighbor too!
    Ginger

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      1. Murphy’s Law

        I can’t imagine where you heard someone mentioning chocolate
        Matilda! Okay Mark, I’m leaving the name as is. Apparently
        Autocorrect thinks your name is Matilda, or should be! WTH?

        You know I wouldn’t be without chocolate. I think it’s against the law! Pam and Karla and I definitely consider you our friend and neighbor. So before Karla and Finley make their move, we’ll all meet here for homemade cookies, tea or coffee and of course chocolate. That’s what friends do.
        Ginger

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  2. K.L. Hale

    Pam and Ginger, I understand! I’m moving this weekend to be closer to family and hospitals/drs,…and 8 inches of snow coming? Yikes! I digress! It’s hard to leave my current neighbors who are family to me. I know I’ll meet and make new friends with neighbors. Yet, leaving my current ones is SO hard! I’m glad you are my WP neighbors and family! 💕

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    1. Murphy’s Law

      Karla, my prayers will follow you wherever you go. Wishing you and Finley a safe and comfortable journey. You and your current neighbors will stay in touch through texts/emails/FaceTime. Definitely not quite the same, but a good substitute.

      You will absolutely make new friends with your new neighbors. You are a “friend magnet”!

      I hope being closer to your family and doctors and hospitals will be easier on you. I know being closer to family will be a comfort to you….and to them.

      You are in my heart Karla. Keep the faith. I am honored to be amongst your WP neighbors and family. 💞
      Ginger

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      1. K.L. Hale

        Ginger, thank you so very much! We are so fortunate to have many modes in which to stay in touch. I appreciate your support and prayers through this transition. Family is important. Admittedly, at times, it’s the friends that are family that know and understand you better than blood related family. You’re in my heart too, Ginger. I feel honored to be part of your family too. Thank you for all the support, love, giggles, and Finley love! She sends cuddles and hugs! Stay safe and blessed my friend. 💕🙏🏻🥰❤️

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    2. Mark Lanesbury

      Me too Karla, I’ll be like my friend out in the bush. Her neighbor a mile or so down the road goes to work so his Labrador comes over to her for company. Then as soon as he hears his masters car coming up the road in the afternoon he tears over to greet him. And do it all again the next day. Now that’s great neighbors. I’m there wagging my tail too dear lady, and I hope the move goes well 🤣❤️🙏🏽

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      1. K.L. Hale

        Wow, Mark! That’s awesome! I’m seriously imagining you, me, Pam, and Ginger all on the same street,…I mean shared 50 acres with our own garden,….wait, I mean our own island. Well, you know what I mean! Finley can’t wait! Woof woof! 🤪🐾🐾💕💚

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      2. Mark Lanesbury

        We’d all have a ball, literally. Tails wagging all over the place Karla 😂. And the good part of your move…we haven’t gone anywhere, we’ll be still here wagging our tails wherever you are my friend. Big hugs, we’ll all bring our islands and tie them to yours dear lady 🤣

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  3. Widdershins

    We’ve hardly seen our neighbours – meters of snow preclude casual over-the-fence conversations, but we like what we’ve seen so far. We all agreed to socialise in the Spring – or when the snow melts, whichever comes first. 😀

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