Do we really forget when we go away?
I believe to some extent we forget those who we never deemed all that close to us, but when it comes to family and close friends, how could we? I don't worry when it comes to my fam, but I dread the idea of growing away from my besties. I live away from them- they're having experiences I'll never have and vice versa. Most of them I've known since I was just a wee little thing and we've gone through everything together: slumber parties, boys, orthodontia, awkward junior highness, senioritis. All. What will it be like when we get married? Have kids? Hot flashes? Yeah, I want my girls there ;)!
Then I think of guy friends. At some point it won't be nearly as acceptable to have close guy friends. I mean, am I right? You get married= end of guy friendships (or at least that's how I imagine it)... Sometimes a girl just needs some dudes to chill with who don't lean towards drama and chit-chatter.
"The secret of genius is to carry the spirit of childhood into maturity." Can I get an amen? Who really wants to completely grow up? I cling to my Peter Pan complex. Cheers.