Staying in Touch

One evening, feeling a deep need for new basic stationary to write to someone very special to me, I stopped at Target and bought this boxed set. Such pretty interchangable cards and envelopes would make writing short notes fun!! I’d be able to send quick updates on what we’re doing or thinking . . the cards are like bright colored unlined index cards with pretty designs cut into each.

But then, someone (who knows my friend I bought these for) informed me that I’d better not contact my friend again. . . or else.

And so . . here I am with an almost full box of cards. . and I’m not safely able to write my friend any longer.

😒

15 responses to “Staying in Touch”

  1. Making threats if you write to that person?? 😦 😦 😦

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    1. Long odd story . . very personal but could explain in email . . I’m not giving up . . just using another method of communication(like my blog posts)

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      1. Please do write to me, if you’d like to share.. I totally understand how that’s too personal to talk about here…. I’ll also understand if you prefer not talking about it, and I’ll send you my warmest thoughts, Karen! xx
        (if you choose to…. cyranny@gmail.com)

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  2. That is so sad. It can hurt when those we care for stop communicating, and it’s even worse when it’s not that person you want to reach out to who is cutting off the communication. I am in the unfortunate situation where my oldest daughter will not talk to me. Every time I try, she lashes out in a hurtful tirade.

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    1. My daughter won’t speak to me either . . gave that situation to God long ago

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      1. As we must, like all things out of our control.

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  3. I’m sorry. May you find a new friend soon who will LOVE your little notes!

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    1. Thank you . . I have not given up completely, but am, instead, sharing my notes through another safer medium ❤

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      1. That’s beautiful, darlin’. Blessings on your endeavors.

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        1. Thank you . . trusting in God for this 🙏

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          1. Remember that there’s a limit past which healthy boundaries are both necessary and loving 😘

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            1. Hmm . . I do believe that God meant it when He said marriage should be forever

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              1. No relationship ever ends — but its outerformmay change over time. Remember, in heaven there is no marrying or being given in marriage

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                1. Yes, but He intends our earthly marriages as permanent. I know Gid will provide in His own time

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