Sometimes being single isn’t easy, and it only gets more difficult when you’re surrounded by friends who seem to think launching into worn out, dusty platitudes will somehow make a single lady feel better.
Here’s a little road map. Use it wisely and remember that if you hurt her, I’ll probably hurt you.
I want you to be at my child’s christening and name you her godmother — heck, I still want you to be by my side as I blow the candle on my fiftieth birthday.
In my opinion, the “wasted friend” title is semi-acceptable in college. We act understanding about it because “shit happens.” But after graduation? No way. If someone doesn’t have their alcohol consumption in-check after college, then I have no empathy for them.
I never entertained the thought that you could live a life, a full as hell life, out in the world without me.
No one will ever be able to feel the exact same thing you are feeling. The way each and every person responds to pain is unique
Don’t be too busy today. For somebody you love, wake up tired tomorrow. Have an extra cup of coffee in the morning with a smile because you filled your soul with a new memory and extra love. Because you never know when you’re going to have to wake up without them. Waking up tired is always, always better than waking up empty.
Some friendships end and it doesn’t make any sense.
Thank you for showing me how to live a life that is worth remembering.
While we all can undoubtedly identify the ‘besties’ in our lives, do we genuinely receive the same honor in each of their books?