I used to live in a little Wiltshire village, and I loved every moment of it. However, when I was 20 years old, I went away to study at university and work for Essex escorts of https://acesexyescorts.com/essex-escorts/, and sort of lost touch with my village. More importantly, I seemed to lose touch with my friends.
After I finished university, I only returned to visit my parents and never saw much of my friends. Eventually we completely lost touch, I got on with my life and they got on with theirs. When we met about twenty years later, I realized that I had outgrown my friends. They still lived and did everything for the village. My life was totally different and we just did not have anything in common anymore. It was sad, and to tell you the truth, I think I was more upset than they were, but you can’t turn back time.
I have always moved around a lot, but I have always felt that I have taken my friends from Essex escorts with me. That sounds rather strange, doesn’t it but I do think that true friends become part of us. I have to say that I was a boarding school kid, and I think kids who go to boarding school, do develop close personal relationships with their friends. That is exactly what happened to me.
By nature, I am a born communicator according to one of my teachers. I talk a lot and at school, I got into the habit of writing people little notes. It could just be something really silly, almost a way of talking to them through paper. When I left school, and carried on to university, I continued my little note system. I bought lots of cute note cards, and sent at least a couple every week. My friends must have appreciated my little notes as they always wrote back to. I remember how happy I was to receive letters or little notes back.
Once a year, I used to write a really long letter, and by the time I had finished, it almost looked like a little book. This was another way of keeping it touch with my friends. I photocopied the letter, and sent them to everybody with their Christmas card. After the first year, I wasn’t the only one doing it, we were all doing it.
Are we still in touch? You bet that we are and we share our daily lives in many ways. Of course, a lot of this have been made possible thanks to modern technology. Our little bunch of people are all grateful for modern innovations. We talk to each other almost on a daily basis using Skype, SMS and text.
Have I outgrown my friends? No, I haven’t but I recognize that we have all changed. But the great thing is that we have changed together, and been able to talk about it. A closer knit group of girls you will be hard pressed to find, and the nice thing is that we are spread all over the world. A true global network of girls.
The most important factor is that we have realized that we have changed, and we appreciate our changes. We are still so much part of each other lives. Next year, when we are all 50 years young, we are going to get together in London. It will be nice to see everybody in the flesh again.