My Sometimes Friends

I used to be on the internet more, a lot more than now.  I used to talk only to The Max and my mother at night with the exception of those of you who I texted, Imed, emailed, what have you.

I used to read a dozen or more blogs a day, comment on them all, and then write one of my own.

I used to sit and dream of a time when I would have a real companion in the house to talk to and spend face-to-face time with.

I used to work Monday through Friday…for almost ten years.  I had a schedule, it was fantastic.  Now I work whenever I can, often 7 or more days in a row.

So, I used to talk to you more, you sometimes friends of mine.  I talked to you at night, when I was alone in the house and working my regular schedule. You know who you are.  Some of you are less available now, like I am.  Some of you are just as or more present as before.

I miss my Sometimes Friends.  Sometimes sounds like a bad thing, but I think those are some of the best friends.  Those who you can say a quick hello and have it turn into a three hour long conversation, you make my days fantastic.

It’s not December yet, but I have a resolution.  Well, two.  First, I will get myself a regular schedule by 2012, and in turn, talk to you sometimes friends more.  Then, I will eat five different colored fruits and veggies every day.

About kristiane

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8 Responses to My Sometimes Friends

  1. Dan says:

    Sounds like a good resolution. I may have to try that myself.

  2. Michael says:

    sometimes friends ftw.

  3. Mom says:

    Regular schedule by 2012…..hmmmmmmmm are you running for President?

  4. Oregon Sunshine says:

    Hello Sometimes Friend!

    We are happy to have a quick chat with you when you have time in your busy life. We are always glad when you can stop by for a few and will still be here if you can’t for a while. Although, we, your loyal Sometimes Friends, would love to see you more often, we understand when that just can’t happen. Why? Because that’s what friendship is about.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Your Sometimes Friend,

    OS

    PS Am looking forward to hearing more about your turkey experiences.

  5. Guise says:

    I like the idea of being a Sometimes Friend, because too much of me will leave anyone feeling cramped and slightly nauseous! Looking forward to seeing you more in 2012, SFF (Sometimes Friend Forever).

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