“Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love.” -―
P.’s sister hasn’t contacted me again, as she said she would. In the meantime, his best friend Pat, contacted me on OKCupid a few days ago. He wanted to let me know that P. had not ghosted me.
I was very surprised. It was nice of him to do that. I gave him my phone number and asked him to let me know if he receives any updates.
Since I hadn’t heard from the sister, I texted Pat yesterday morning. He got back to me at the end of the day and he let me know that P. is off of the respirator and out of the ICU.
I am relieved and happy that he is getting better. I know I will be speaking to him at some point, but I know he now needs to focus on getting better.
In the meantime I do sent him texts and messages just sending prayers.
Last Friday I was treated to a late birthday dinner by my friend A. He said he would pick the restaurant. I was surprised since I am the one that often chooses where we go when we get together.
He picked Lusardi’s, a Mediterranean restaurant in Larchmont, NY. He said he remembered I mentioned I never went there before. I was touched that he remembered something I had mentioned in passing a long time ago.
He had red wine and I had a delicious hibiscus martini. We shared a couple of tuna appetizers and salad. He had a gluten free pasta with vegetables and I had grilled char with cherry tomatoes and artichokes. We shared a chocolate fudge cake.
We had an awesome time. It was a cold evening and we sat next to the fireplace. We talk about all things spiritual, love, finances, health, anything and everything. We always have the most amazing time together.
“The glory of friendship is not the outstretched hand, not the kindly smile, nor the joy of companionship; it is the spiritual inspiration that comes to one when you discover that someone else believes in you and is willing to trust you with a friendship.” ―