On Old Friends

How often do you keep in touch with those old friends of yours? I must admit that I have gotten very bad at this. Life always seems to get in the way. Babykins seems to take up so much of my time and I just want to knit the rest. Sad, isn’t it:) Anyway I just wanted to write about how nice it was I was forced to give character references and therefore had to get back in touch with some old friends. It is funny that one of those old friends got in touch with me days after I got in touch with her and we both thought we were the ones initiating “first contact” after quite a while without talking:) It is nice to know that she wanted to talk to me before I tried to get in touch with her:) Hopefully next year with things finally settling down I will do a better job at keeping in touch. I mean I don’t have to unpack anymore. I should have the garage organized again after the holidays. And Babykins feels comfortable in his new home. I am sure that having another baby might throw a wrench into the works, but hey then I get 6 weeks of maternity leave to make some phone calls. Yes, I think 2009 will be a better communication year:) Especially with the time difference only being 1 hour with most of my friends and not 4…

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One Response to On Old Friends

  1. SusanB-knits says:

    It is nice to get in touch with old friends. Being married to a retired Navy guy, I understand about losing touch with friends. (I am terrible about keeping in touch throughout the year because time just “slips away!”) But I know I've lost touch with so many friends over the yrs. So I send out Christmas cards to those I can and try to catch up them up with what has been going on during the year.

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