"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
Happy people. Makes me happy to see!
Fabulous photo !Lovely friends !cheers, parsnip
Very nice indeed.
Lovely, happy photograph John - sure your meeting went very well.
Now THAT'S what retirement is all about...the ability to drop everything to meet up with dear friends whenever you please. You're a wise man.
I can only second what Gail said. Great!
Lovely pic with nice folk in it. x
Sign of good friendship when you just pick up where you left off......three happy people here!!
Friends catching up, wonderful!
A picture that says it all : happy to meet true friends.
Hmm. A man with a goatee hanging onto the back of a wheelchair. Hmm.
Hang on - what is that Tudor building behind you? Oh wait - is it Liberties?
Ah. More mock Tudor. I still love pastiche though. I am a sucker for make-believe.
Maybe it is real? Even better.
The real tudor buildings are on the other side of the street
I hate those glasses.....I look like Harry Potter on steroids
I didn't see a friend for a similar length of time because her husband was in the forces and they moved all the time. When we finally did meet again it was as if she'd only walked out of the room five minutes before. I walked past the Chester Rows only a few weeks ago...it's such a lovely city. Arilx
Wonderful that you can do this. Will you show us the real Tudor buildings, please. :)
Ok will try
It's good to get together with old friends. I've lost contact with mine.
Uplifting photo! There's a freedom in retirement that I'm still learning. I learn here.
Some people you can just pick up where you left off no matter how long it's been. You all look like you had a great time.
Something about the holidays brings people together. Or apart.
You mentioned your old friends were a nurse and a patient you knew, is there a story there ?
Good for you — seeing old friends again can be fun.
On Bridge Street, not far from Carluccio's!
By wheelchair-bike, do you mean disability scooter? Riding on the back of a disability scooter can be very risky. You might fall off and end up needing a disability scooter of your own.
Smiles all around. One of the pleasures of retiring is the time to meet up with friends,old and new, and just enjoy their company. Time well spent.
New glasses? Very classy!
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