Despite all the different ways our lives have unfolded since graduation, those smiles and the love fueling them, are ever present. I don’t think there is a more convincing testament to the strength of our friendships.
We all have a best girlfriend. The one (or two) you call to gripe to when your husband, boss, random stranger does something supremely annoying, who has a glass of wine and a willing ear at the ready when you have to get away from your daily routine, or when your kids come home with
Not my daughter. Me. Making friends as an adult can be very difficult. I am very lucky to have a small group of girlfriends that I have been close with since childhood. We have taken different paths through the years, but managed to all remain incredible friends. They are reliable, supportive, and hysterical. Not much
Nights out with my girlfriends are now few(er) and far(ther) between. There’s always some sort of obstacle that needs to be overcome in order to make it happen, such as – but not limited to – (1) I’m really tired. (2) We have family obligations (aka grandparents want to see their grandkids…and who can blame