I’m so excited. One of my earliest contacts in the blogosphere was Chris from bridgesburning. Over the years we have formed a friendship and have sent each other messages via Messenger and also emails. But today was a Red Letter Day. Using our iPads I got to speak to my friend for the very first time. We live 14,038 kms apart (according to our friend Google) and it was as if we were speaking/sitting in the same room.
She sounded exactly as I had thought she would. Friendly and seemingly as pleased to speak to me as I was to speak to her.
What did we speak about? Oh, inconsequential things that two women friends discuss. We didn’t try to put the world right; to stem the flow of heroin or cocaine; to settle the conflicts in various parts of the world. No. We talked about families, and how we have each moved back from other places and how we were settling back into our old lives again.
So thank you Mr Technology whoever you are for giving us this opportunity. This was the first but I’m sure it won’t be the last. And next time we are going to see how we can make the video work. Won’t that be fun?
Thanks to siliconangle.com for the photo.
And a couple of years ago while on a visit to London my sister and I met up with Sallyann from PhotographicMemories. That was a fun filled day in Oxford and great to meet a fellow blogger in person. I think my sister and Sallyann have met up for lunch since that day.
“There is no distance too far between friends,
for friendship gives wings to the heart.”