Monday, October 18, 2010

Best Friends

Part of my personality quirkiness is the need to have a best friend.  Maybe it is part of being one of three kids (esp. the oldest with two brothers), but I always felt a little odd-person-out.  And my family moved/I changed schools in those formative years 5th, 6th, 7th, growing up was a little like a "Where's Waldo?" in trying to find my best friend.

College was wonderful.  I found wonderful friends...almost a dozen best friends. And then my ultimate best friend: Kdubs.

As much as I love having Kdubs as my best friend and now joining the moms club, I realize that I have isolated some of my old friends. 

Combine that with a six hour time difference and months of no-face-time...and I really have very few IRL (in real life) friends to speak of.

I miss having girl friends, ones to shop with, ones to confide in, ones to be silly and girly with...however, I find incredible solace in creating my own little "friend." It gets lonely being a nomad.

While she doesn't necessarily chose to be my friend, I love spending time with her.  And my eternal best friend:


Erin said...

I wish we lived closer. I can't wait to see the two of you!

amanda said...

truly she is the best kind of best friend :)

(but for the record i know what you mean)

The Mrs. said...

awww... how sweet

I know what you mean about IRL friends. I make friends and they leave and then as the kids get older and I get busier single parenting is hard to do all the stuff that the "locals" are doing.

I'll be your bestie

Sew Like My Mom said...

If you ever want to get together while you're home these next few months, let me know! We go to Chick-Fil-A at least once a week for Sofie to play. Wouldn't mind having more friends to play with! :)