I started thinking about me and friends. I usually have a handful friends at any given time, if I move away or my friend moves away I have a hard time with keeping the friendship going. Something to do with my abandonment issues. It seems like though, I always have one really, really good friend, but it tends to cycle. Often times I feel so grade school, like I am betraying a friend when I do stuff with another friend. Dumb I know.
More than anything I feel that a true friend loves you for who you are and would do anything for you. I have a hard time when I feel like that kind of feeling isn't reciprocated from my friends.
Since moving here to Texas I was lucky to move and have Sara, a friend from High School, living so close by. She definitely made the transition so much easier. I don't think I would have survived the first year here with out her.
Janie, so much to say. One of the best friends I have ever had. I don't think anyone has talked me off the ledge more times than you have. Often, I feel too needy with Janie, I am so grateful to her, she is the "realest" (I know thats not a word)person I have ever met. Love You!
Meredith~ wow, she is such a great example to me. I love being around her because she is always inspiring me to be a better person.
Just recently, Andrea, Rachelle (who left me), Janette, and Haley. Women, that when you take the time to get to know, your life is truly blessed. Thank you ALL for being such great friends.
So, what kind of friend are you???
"Your friend is the man who knows all about you, and still likes you." -- Elbert Hubbard