Thank You For Being A Friend

Cooking can be a metaphor for so many different aspects of life – success, failure, love, loss, just to name a few.  Today I’d like to consider cooking as a metaphor for friendship.  I’ve been “friending” longer than I’ve been cooking.  And by “friending”, I don’t mean the passive Facebook friendships where you amass a posse of people, your virtual friends, who you may or may not interact with in the real world.  Don’t get me wrong, I’m thrilled to have been “friended” by people I’ve known for ages and managed to lose touch with over the years.  But to me, reading a status update about somebody’s Farkle score or latest additions to Farmville doesn’t feel like a true friendship. Continue reading “Thank You For Being A Friend”