I guess I should start off with where I’ve been lately…
Between summer school, Urban Outfitters, and physically living in Covington, while socially being in Atlanta, things have been a bit hectic. I haven’t really had time to even think of a post idea, let alone sit down and actually write one. But the other day, I got inspired.
The girl pictured above is one of my first, and longest high school friends. I met Emily my freshman year, while she was a junior. I’ve always been fond of older people, and from the moment we met we clicked instantly. Emily and I, with our other friend Presley, were liked the Three Amigos!
We only truly had time to laugh and converse during lunch. Instead of sitting with friends from my grade, I would sit with them. Those were some of the best memories I have from high school. I’m talking… laughing so hard that you start crying, constant enjoyment, and building relationships that would last a lifetime!
“Good things only come to an end when we let them end!”
When Emily and Presley graduated, I had to rediscover a sense of comfort in school. I interacted with more people my own age, and found a group of people who I fit in with. Though they were out of school living their separate lives we still kept in touch, and to this day, we still keep in touch! The admiration I have for these two women will never go away.
To make a long story short, Emily moved away to England and got married to a very nice man. I’m so happy she’s found someone who makes her happy. Will, pictured above, is extremely funny and a very passionate guy. Whenever I’m around the two of them, we always seem to be laughing (or having really deep talks haha just depends on the mood!)
Recently, Em and Will traveled back to America to have a go at living down here. This recent reunion has reminded me that good things only come to an end if we let them. I haven’t seem Emily in four years, but it felt like no time had passed when I saw her again. That’s real friendship, and you should strive to have that with every person you allow into your life.
Time is valuable and shouldn’t be wasted on those who don’t care for you. I’m so grateful Em and Will spent some of the short time they had here in Atlanta with me! I wish you guys the best with your trip to Texas, and thanks for being my friend.
Hopefully, I’ll be able to visit soon!