Tuesday, 29 March 2016

FRIENDS


JUDY AND ANN CHAT OVER COFFEE

As I was in New Zealand and would be passing through Wellington, Judy and I arranged to meet for coffee.  As we recognised each other over the outdoor space at the Ta Papa Museum Judy's pace quickened and she came towards me with arms outstretched ready with a great big hug.  

We had only ever met once before for about an hour and that was six years ago during my last visit, yet when we sat with our coffees it was as though we had been life long friends comfortable in each others' company.

When it was time for the obligatory photographs (oh how we both hate posing for photos) we agreed to be snapped with our backs to the camera as well facing it and would decide later which ones would hit the blogs.

We enjoyed a lovely couple of hours chatting until it was time to say goodbye.  'Till the next time!

Credits to FinecraftedDesigns and Pixabay.

Thank you for looking.





11 comments:

June Macfarlane said...

Love this its so fun. It makes me yearn for summer

Judy said...

HA, ha, Ann just what I expected bathing beauties LOL!!! I am literally laughing out loud here at your top-notch piece!!
Would love to swap!

Judy said...

BTW your red handbag is in your 'camper van!' So handy for crossing Cook Strait!

indybev said...

What fun that you two met, and what fun that you've shared the photos (albeit a bit altered) with the rest of us!

Deann said...

Like I told Judy I am so happy you two were able to get together...it was obviously inspirational...a great memory, a great picture.

Lori Saul said...

Love this and Judy's- as I said what a wonderful friendship you two have. A great collage full of fun!

peggy gatto said...

Total total fun, well done!!!

Electra said...

Well now, I never even thought to do it with my back to the camera. Thanks for the tip, Ann! (and the smile)

sirkkis said...

Many thanks for a big smile this morning. You are just a couple of soul mates on happy peaceful scene.
Great creation, Ann.

Kimbopolo said...

Exactly! Nothing like coffee with a girlfriend.
Kim

Ozstuff said...

What a lovely story and what a great pictorial record of your visit to NZ, especially your meeting with Judy. Love your svelte figures! Absolutely fabulous.