What Friends are For

I was careful, in writing about my rejection by Seattle membership library Folio, not to use the word “snooty”. But I’m glad friend and regular reader Phyllis did. 🙂 She also suggested that the public library system might well respond favorably to having a local author present her work, which is something friend Barbara — who volunteers there — suggested too. Great idea, and I’m on it.

There’s something about being over 70, and being friends for a long time, and knowing each other well, and knowing how the world works, that makes “saying the say” just the right thing to do. If I had any lingering feelings of disappointment, that word “snooty” took care of them and made me smile.

I’m back at full speed again, author-on-a-roll.



3 thoughts on “What Friends are For

  1. Glad to be of assistance. 🙂 Our local library has author presentations several times a month, usually with a good turnout and discussion. Seattle should be even better. All the best on this venture!

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