Dreamer’s World March 11 2016 – What A Difference A Few Kind Words Can Make In Our Day

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Far too often, we let life pass us by without a second thought. We get busy with work and we miss out on things that are truly important. Sometimes we are fortunate enough to get a second chance to correct an oversight, and that is what happened to me earlier today.
     A friend, Xena, I cannot call her a friend in the sense that we have met face-to-face yet, contacted me through this blog to let me know that she wanted to have us follow each other on Twitter as well. I am all for that, but it turns out that she has a restricted Twitter account, and for some reason, I never received her follow notification. Such is life in the 21st century, our parents would never understand what I just said, and our children will also be clueless as technology leaves us in the dust. All a part of life, as I would say.
     At any rate, Xena contacted me via this blog and I told her that I would be honored to follow her on Twitter as well as to follow her blog. She responded quickly and I hope that things will be worked out soon.
     In less than an hour, everything is right with the world once again. The pleasant feeling I have over re-establishing contact with Xena is incredible. It is truly amazing how much interacting with another person, even in the digital realm, can make even the worst day into a wonderful one.
     I am so glad that Xena took the time to contact me. I promise that I will do everything in my power to not let us lose contact again. If we are physically close enough, I hope to meet Xena in person one of these days in order to thank her in a more personal way than this blog post. Until then, this will have to do.
     Xena, thank you so much for being a friend and for brightening my day. I hope that you will have a wonderful weekend.
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2 thoughts on “Dreamer’s World March 11 2016 – What A Difference A Few Kind Words Can Make In Our Day

  1. You brought happy tears to my eyes, dear friend. I don’t know what happened. One day, I was following your blog and after several days of not receiving notifications, I couldn’t find it. Then, I found you on Twitter and although I could follow you, I had no way of tweeting to you because my account is protected.

    I saw your tweets sharing the things of your life, and I could not comment. It made me sad.

    Technology isn’t always consistent. Blurbs and burbs happen. I’m happy to re-connect. Have a fantastic weekend. Thanks so much for your kind words.

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