About a month ago, while I was trying to occupy my mind, I took a stroll through the Cedarville University web site, and I came across the name of an old friend, along with an email address.
I decided to bite the bullet and email her, just to try and see where she was in the world and life, and possibly work on re-developing our friendship that disappeared when she went to college and I went down another road.
Much to my surprise, she replied to the email, albeit a week later, and seemed to welcome my attempt at reconnecting our broken ties. Due to the way her week works with school and whatnot, she has only been able to email me about once a week, but has done so since that first email I sent. Just as she has been replying to my messages, I have been replying to her's.
I have to say, it feels really good to catch up on lost time, and to see where people have made a solid attempt at making their life better and getting a good education.
Must be flashback week. Last week I talked to or saw four people from my childhood. (Like David Reece/Ulm - the boy from elementary school who had scoliosis surgery in first grade and had to be in a wheelchair for a while. He couldn't go to the cafeteria in his wheelchair, so we had to take turns eating lunch with him in the classroom. I remember eating Spaghetti O's out of my Strawberry Shortcake thermos with him.)
- Posted by Luey (Guest) on November 22, 2004 at 09:10:57AM
Eh. It's been more than just the week.
- Posted by tim (Guest) on November 22, 2004 at 11:10:15PM