I was introduced to her by two other nuns as a wonderful Director of Religious Studies LOL! I have fans in the Convent! I really must read more teachings and stuff, though, so I can live up to my learned status *giggle* probably saying 'and stuff' has put me in my place.
And so another freezing cold, wet and windy day has passed. We spent most of it up at friends, a family we visit for a day most holidays, so we can talk and talk (well, De and I talk and talk, the children play, eat and play!) A lot of coffee is consumed, and our friendship is strengthened and renewed for another term. Important stuff, that, the talking. We've been through a bit together, her son had leukaemia years ago and that's how we first became good friends, but Alex is good today, he had the all clear a couple of years ago, he's Asher's friend. De's mother died a nasty death from cancer a few years back. She knows what my father did and what he was like. We share stuff. It's good, and we trust one another. And that's a wonderful thing about good friends, that trust. I am blessed.