As much as I would’ve loved to be a completely independent woman with no emotions at age 19, I wasn’t.
It’s going to take place in California. There’s going to be this really cool high school guy….
Dealing With Emotional Unavailability
I hope that this provides all of us with some closure.
It starts with clothes, but it never ends there.
I lost my best friend on my 22nd birthday. To many, that would be a tragedy.
He says he loves the way I look lying on his desk.
I will already know about the wedding and the four kids, thanks to my news feed. I will somehow know about every job, every vacation, and every life event my classmates have experienced as long as I follow them on Instagram.
I am currently an ex-cheerleader. I did the whole thing — little kid cheer, high school cheer, college cheer. I did it right up until college graduation actually, and despite years of growing distant from the sport I MISS IT.
The friends I had are still the friends I’d have again if I could do it all over.