Saturday, June 16, 2018

TURNING STRANGERS INTO FRIENDS, WHAT A LOVELY IDEA.




(and it doesn't necessarily have to be fishing)







26 comments:

  1. Yep being on a boat does that. Shame it couldn't happen on our planet,'Earthship"

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    1. Hi Diane, I am always living in hope. “Earthship’, I like that. Maybe one day enough people will want to jump on.

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  2. Diane B has said it all!! Whay is there so much disagreement in the earthship.
    Take care Diane

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  3. I think the boats need to be bigger, take more people, learn how how friendships work.

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  4. Hello, I am not really a boat/water lover. But, making friends is a great idea wherever your are. Enjoy your day and weekend!

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    1. Thanks Eileen, I agree. Enjoy your weekend :)

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  5. I made two new friends in the line at Walmart today. we had a blast chatting while waiting. I agree with this quote but I don't fish, but I do TALK

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    1. That’s great and that’s what it’s all about and you do make me smile. Thanks Sandra:)

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  6. Well, I'm not sure about the fishing part- that's my idea of tediousness!

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    1. We each have our passions don't we William. Mine is also not in fishing.

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  7. Making friends, being kind to each other … great ideas

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thanks Jan, so true :) All the best to you too :)

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  8. Our two sons are fishing today. I think when you are fishing there is lots of time to develop a friendship. :)

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    1. My Dad loved to fish too Ellen, so he was a solitary fisherman and never fished from a boat.

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  9. Love the premise of strangers becoming friends.

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    1. Me too when I saw this quote :) Anything that brings us closer is fine with me.

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  10. Hi Denise,
    This is oh so true, a day out on a boat fishing and you soon are friends with everyone on board.
    All the best, John

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    1. Thank you John, perhaps you are a fisherman?

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  11. I'm a talker, so wherever I end up, a conversation is started! Great reminder to make new friends whenever possible! I used to fish a lot, but these days, if I end up there, I'm usually reading a novel or walking the trail. Happy Saturday! Hugs...RO

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    1. Good for you RO. I used to go with my Dad sometimes but as I am not really a fisherman, I would enjoy a good book or walking that trail. Happy week to you with hugs :)

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