Hi! We haven’t met for coffee since July 2017 and we need to catch up.
As always, my opening question is, “What’s new and interesting in your life since we last had a coffee date?”
Ah, you’re recovering from that nasty divorce that set you on your derriere shortly after our last get-together. I’m so sorry you had to go through that but, as you say, it was a learning experience and life goes on. I know there is a great new life for you just around the bend.
Oh no! You’re usually trustworthy old car has let you down for the last time and the mechanic said don’t spend any more money on it and you said, “Now what? I’m 86 years old and not about to buy a new car.” Then the mechanic tells you about a ride program for seniors and there you are…on the road again. There’s an answer to every problem and you not only solved your own but offered the information to other seniors whose transportation problems were solved as well. Good for you!
Hey! You’re back in the music business after a few years out in the work world. I’ve seen some of your gigs online and they are pretty awesome. What a wonderful way to spend your retirement years. Congratulations!
You’re working on publishing your second book? Fantastic! I can’t wait to read it.
What? You’re granddaughter-in-law is expecting a baby after being told she probably never would? That’s a God-send! It’s your eleventh great-grandchild?! Congratulations! Let me know when that baby gets here so I can rejoice with you.
You saw the movie, Book Club, starring four famous divas and laughed so hard you nearly …. …. …..? That’s almost as funny as the movie. Yes, I saw it too with the same reaction. I now have new respect for my aging self, don’t you?
Have you read any good books lately? I just re-read Jonathon Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach. It has been on my book shelf for years and it’s time to let it go. Good old Jonathon..he’s still out there soaring the skies and teaching that there is more to life than the habitual daily grind.
Gee, it’s fun being with all of you again. Let’s not let so much time go by before our next virtual coffee date. I love being in your company and catching up on your lives. Oh, yes, and tea is good too. Until next time…..
Just the day for this one! I am getting ready to go to Vancouver tomorrow for a conference that will hopefully inspire me to get going on this new business. (If I want to eat I’m going to have to do something!) Trying to connect with people who were in our wedding – and discovered that the couple who were our wedding attendants had “split up” according to the one contact I still had. However, the husband called me last night, and she is in a “care facility” so will have to try to get in touch with them while I’m there. Then I’m off to Margaret’s in Grande Prairie next week. Meanwhile, Janice’s mother-in-law is starting therapy for cancer (liver?) and she is going to have to be involved there. Good news is that Chris has a job at a car repair place!!! Lots of things going on at this point!
Wow, you’ve got it all going on Katherine. Let’s talk when you get back and you can tell me all about your new business. Safe travels!