Friendship and bread
Guess who (came) to (lunch)?
My virtual friend, Carrie Arnold, and her wonderful mom came to my house and took me out to lunch today! What a joy to put voices and faces to people I've grown to feel were already friends and kindred spirits.
I mentioned in my directions to the house an odd fork in the road to which Carrie responded "Figures you'd live by a fork. :)"
When the waiter came to take our plates he teased me for leaving a bite of food on my plate and tried to get me to finish: a Maudsley restaurant?
I teased her during the meal that I would beat her to the blog about lunch!
Naturally, I sent Arnolds off with a loaf of Amish Friendship Bread and a portion of bread starter. This is the equivalent of a slightly tacky living chain letter, but I hope they got my sentiment: bread, friends, sharing.
Thank goodness for smart women. Thank goodness for lunch.