Reach Out, And Be A Friend!

The worst part of being okay is that okay is far from happy.

Anna Todd

Hello, Lovelies!

I have a small favour to ask of you today.

I’d like you to reach out to a friend, family member, neighbour or work colleague. Someone you haven’t heard from for a while, someone who went through some stuff a while back, someone who’s going through something now, someone you’ve been thinking fondly of lately but haven’t seen for years. Call them on the phone. Drop by their door. Send them an email or a text message and let them know they’re in your thoughts.

Just say hi. Ask them how they are. Listen. Care.

That’s it.

That’s all I’m asking.

If it leads to a meetup, a shared coffee or a meal, or some other lovely social moment that’s a bonus.

It’s been a bumpy ride for many this year, maybe for you too. In September’s gentle energies, reconnecting with the people around us helps us and them to feel included and emotionally nourished.

Let’s be that person for each other. Let’s be a friend, let’s be the one who cares enough to reach out.

Much love to you, Nicole xx

Hi! I'm Nicole Cody. I am a writer, psychic, metaphysical teacher and organic farmer. I love to read, cook, walk on the beach, dance in the rain and grow things. Sometimes, to entertain my cows, I dance in my gumboots. Gumboot dancing is very under-rated.
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4 thoughts on “Reach Out, And Be A Friend!

  1. Dear Nicole. Mum passed away in the early hours of this morning UK time. My brothers and I were with her. She seemed to have a difficult time in the end, letting us and her life here on earth go. We are hoping she is delighted and safe now on the other side. After the initial feeling of relief for her, I am now dreading leaving this gentle village hospital as it marks the true start to my life without her. Thank you for your post this morning. The light is emerging outside and I can see the fells beyond the village. I will go find some heather out there somewhere. A final gift from my Mum as I have never before seen the heather in bloom. Much love to you, to my Mum and to us all. Simone xx

    1. Simone, I’m sending you so much love as you navigate this new space without your beloved mum.
      I’m sorry for your loss, and I’m grateful you and your brothers could be with her to ease her from this world into the next.
      Holding you in my heart, Nicole xx

  2. How beautiful is this post, a little kindness does not have to be a mammoth expense of time or money. As you said a phone call, a bunch of flowers from your garden or local florist, a card in the mail. Gee, I Love you…XO

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