I received a hand written card from Blaithin, a lady who was won of my first ever business coaching clients, we’ve kept in touch and our relationship has evolved into friendship. This is what she said:
You are awesome, then again you know that. But thank you for being awesome all the same. You are a constant light and support and I truly cherish our friendship.
You make me laugh, you make me cry, but most importantly knowing you makes me happy.
it touched me, so much, it was such a beautiful, loving card to receive, and made me feel very happy :)
An old friend contacted me this week, I’ve been thinking about her for ages and wanting to be in touch, but she also helped me out with the loan of money when I was really stuck, and I’m still not in a position to repay her, so I felt really bad about that :(
She’d been attempting to email me on old email addresses, and not gotten through (I don’t have access to them any more).
I wrote back to her straight away, and I was worried she would be upset with me about not paying her back, and explained my situation.
I received a message back from her today which made me cry, she’s not at all worried about that, but rather about me, how I was etc.
I am SO grateful to hear from her. I felt guilty about my whole relationship with her, because I always felt I was getting more than I could give, in terms of she always listened so brilliantly to me & was just a great friend. I felt that I wasn’t good enough for her, which is one of the reasons why I haven’t contacted her.
From reading her email today it’s very clear that’s not how she sees our friendship, and I am really blessed :)
I received a little card in the post yesterday, from my friends mother.
It was a get well soon card & she sent me wishes hoping I would be “fine and dandy” again real soon :)
It was very touching, and I cried.
this morning having a conversation with my friend Neil, whom I haven’t been in touch with for a while.
He told me how I was the strongest person he knows, and that I have a positive affect on so many people’s lives.
I’m not going to remember everyone, but I’ll write them down as they pop into my mind: