Raising a glass to absent friends

On this first day of 2014, I look back and think of what I have done in the past. I find myself suddenly realising that I am all alone on the first day of the new year without friends. It makes me sad that I do not have a close group of friends here that I can talk, laugh and have fun with. I always think that I am a socially active person but I guess I am not. I am more of a homebody. Sure I do like to break out the occassional dance or sing a song but I always do that when I am at home. I am always prim and proper when I am out and when I am out, I always long to be home. My close friend lives thousands of miles away and I miss her during times like this. We have been friends for a lifetime now and I can talk to her about anything and I know that she understands me and will not judge me. I guess that’s why we are best of friends. As I am typing this, one of my friends sent me a video and it is short little clip of Charlie Brown and his friends singing “Auld Lang Syne”. It put a smile on my fave as I would like to think that my friends remember me and never forget our friendship and my small contribution to our friendship. I would like them to know that they have contributed a lot to me and I will never forget them. So here I am, raising a glass to my absent friends, who are not with me today. Thank you for being my friend and the memories shall be greatly treasured and honoured.

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One Response to Raising a glass to absent friends

  1. Pingback: Goodbye Clarence. Love from Genesis and their song "FOR ABSENT FRIENDS" – the speed of compassionate grace. BPM Maps by the Annie Sullivan Jackson students. YouTube performance in HONOR of the BIG MAN. | The Meanspeed® Post

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