Its been a while.
Life has ticked along as normal since my last post – working, relaxing, caring, laughing, worrying, stressing, joking, cycling, working.
The same old same old – or, in other words, life is good.
But then I received an email from Rosemary that got me thinking some more.
She told me to read a post she had written on her blog as it applied to me.
The post is about cyber friendships and how important they can be. And she’s absolutely right.
So, borrowing heavily from Rosemary, I thought I would write about how important the online friends I’ve built up via this blog and particularly the likes of Twitter and Facebook. The same is obviously true of long-standing friendships and family.
But this online crowd have become important too.
They put a smile on my face, they make me think, they tell me I’m great, or an idiot. Above all, they have an uncanny and very welcome habit of saying exactly the right thing at the right time.
So in writing for Carers Rights Day about how important these cyber and real friendships have been, especially over the last four years, I find I really only have two words to say.