I'm glad you spoke to your friend, and glad you felt the air was cleared.
I feel better now I've spoken to her and said what I said and she feels now that she can chat better with me apparently.
Once you feel more comfortable and confiding or opening up to a trusted individual feels okay, it will happen.
What you have done is open up the lines of communication on a different level and you'll get there slowly.
well I know that my friend isn't going to probe or anything, which is good.
I am still here, just noticed it all jumped a bit.
yes, her concern is genuine, not probing for information.
I agree with you that it is heartfelt.
you can usually tell when people are sincere
I've only ever confided all to you and my absolute best friend before. Even with my best friend I waited until I saw her (she lives quite a lot of miles away).
I think usually i am a good judge of character. I mean, apart from my ex-boyfriend of course, although that had started off all sincere.
Well, that is a good trait. As far as the ex-boyfriend, maybe in the beginning he was sincere but that part of your life is over. You learned something and you moved on.
yes, I would say I learnt quite a bit.
trust is a tough one to rebuild, so much fear involved.
but know you know and knowing is half the battle (I don't know where I got that from but heard it somewhere)
I want to say a comic character for some reason! lol
sounds a bit like a tongue twister or a riddle but it does make sense
Homeland, not sure when, but know it's coming. I found another BBC series, Bramwell have you seen that?
it's strange where we pick things up from at times :)
I really liked that
I haven't thought about that in quite some time. May take a look at it again sometime.
I am on season 3, entertaining. Talk about making mistakes, that woman makes a lot!
it was on here many years ago, but yes as far as I remember
I can't remember if it's BBC or not but The House of Elliot was good, again shown here many years ago.
I find it interesting in that there is a lot of "assumptions" about things and situations and she isn't right a lot,
The Grand was BBC. You may like that.
I will definitely need to find Bramwell again.
then I'll be able to chat better about it with you. I was quite young when I saw that
I'll look into both, does help to have something to watch. We have so many channels and choices and there are times I think, there is nothing on ! all junk
we also have so many on digital and so many I don't watch for the same reason
I think you have even more channels than me. I remember you mentioning Sky before. don't have that
I don't think we have Sky, or if we do it is something you have to add on. Between the premium (extra money) channels and reality TV, it's limited.
the BBC will keep you busy for awhile. I was a teen when I watched the Grand, it's about all these characters in a hotel I think but it's a period piece. I mainly remember a friend of mine and i chatting about it a lot.
I rarely watch reality tv myself. Do watch Strictly Come Dancing though.
but most reality is boring and rubbish here.
I watch a couple, mostly cooking competitions and I will admit to watching the talent ones, good old America's got Talent
Seen a bit of that
and some cooking programmes, just watched one tonight
I record them and then, fly through them. An hour show can be reduced to about 30 minutes if you cut out commercials and half the chatter!
do the same myself at times when it's a channel that's not BBC
Your ads sound more than ours, and I thought we had a lot at times.
oh coincidentally a cookery programme has just come on tv.
me too. a lot of commercials/ads....surprised one can remember what the shows are about because the ads are so long!!!
I have to run but I'm glad you and your friend had a chance to talk some more and you can tell who cares and is sincere..
Talk to you again soon I hope.
I'll have to check out and see when Homeland returns. Have a good week.....
I should be on and off the rest of the week more than I have been.