For Mr. Lile.

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Since you demanded a post, I’ve got one right here ready for you to read.

I’ve been waiting for something interesting to happen to me and I’ve finally got the perfect gem to write about.

I have discovered that one of my friends of the longest time, we share a deeper connection than I could have imagined. As of recent, since we’ve graduated high school, we’ve grown closer than ever before. We may not talk every day, sometimes we’ll go weeks without talking, but when we do talk, it’s like we never stopped.

The thing I love most about this friendship, is how freaky it has become. And when I say freaky, I mean… I cannot explain how this keeps happening. The last several times, it seems like whenever I think of her, that very same day she texts me out of the blue. Just to see how I’m doing and if I’m alright.

I just got a new phone and her number did not transfer to it when I activated it, so I hadn’t been able to text her whenever I thought of her (she no longer has her Facebook so texting is the only way of communication we have if we aren’t in person). I knew I didn’t have to worry about that though because I knew it wouldn’t take long before she texted me again to see how I was doing. It’s been about a week or two since I got the new phone, and this morning, is when I discovered we are more than just best friends. We are soul sisters.

This morning, I had a dream about her. I cannot give you any details of the dream other than I she was in it. Everything else I am drawing a blank on. I remember a lot of white, and maybe a table? And her parents were part of the dream. Well, when I woke up, I got the gut feeling that she would text me today. As my day went on I gradually forgot about the dream… until it actually happened. She texted me. Yes, she actually texted me. It is not the first time that I’ve thought of her and had the feeling that she’d try and text me that day and then she has. We’ve discussed how freaky it is and how connected we have to be for this to keep happening. And it has happened almost every time she’s texted me for almost a year now.

We are so alike it isn’t funny. I couldn’t ask for a better friend. She is my best friend. She understands me on a level that no one else could. She’s helped me so much through so many things and she is so patient with my feelings and opening up about things. I can’t explain the premonitious (I don’t care if that’s not a word, I just made it one) feelings that we have that tell us when the other is wanting to talk… but I find it to be one of the coolest things and I am thrilled to share it with such an amazing person.

More Than Meets the Eye

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I have been told that I do not look like the type of person to have a blog.

I’m not sure what the average blogger looks like, but I must say, I’m rather pleased with having started blogging regularly.

As a child I loved to write. My teachers always told me how advanced and creative my writing was. Up until high school I would write a lot. I still love to write, I just can’t find many good ideas to go with… or, I find too many good ideas, but no way to string them into a relevant plot. Blogging, though, has resurfaced the writer in me that I have dearly missed. Instead of imaginary tales, I now express my likes and dislikes on a more personal level.

I enjoy bringing my thoughts to life and sharing them with everyone. I’m not one to regularly speak up, so using my blog to do that helps greatly. Even if no one sees it, just getting it out there is all that matters.

I have friends who read my blog, and I love getting feedback from them. I like knowing when someone can relate to one of my posts so I feel less alone in the matter. It is so relaxing and such a great stress relief to have some way to speak what’s on my mind. Although the person that some posts may be about could possibly never see them, just getting the thoughts out there is such a big stress relief.

I wish my life was a little more interesting so I didn’t feel like I was boring you with my thoughts, but that is all that I have for today.

Stay safe, and happy blogging.