A memory

This is going to be little bit more than a memory, but it is a memory none the less.

So let me start off by saying, I’m sorry I haven’t posted in a while. I haven’t been feeling inspired to write anything, but now I do. I’m supposed to be writing a paper about someone who has impacted my life, but instead it inspired me to write a blog post. I can’t wait to share my memory with you!!

As you know Georgia and Makayla are my best friends, and if it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t be where I am today. Now, that being said, I literally wouldn’t be where I am today without Georgia. Before I moved to Washington I lived in Eugene Oregon, with my mom and my two brothers. We lived in a decent sized house, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, an attic, garage, big back yard, and a sun room. You know, the works. Well when it came time for my family to move we didn’t know where to go, my mom had just gotten a job in Portland and was driving back to Eugene on the weekends to come see us kids. As you can imagine, that was pretty hard on her, and we all knew that it needed to change. So my family looked at all our options, before coming to a final decision. My mom and I would move up to Georgia’s house, and live on her property in a tiny house. Let me tell you, I could not wait!! I wanted to move up there that day. I would eventually be living next to my best friend, going on adventures, watching movies, and sharing secrets. I was officially the luckiest girl in the world. Well it happened, I’ve lived next to my best friend for about a year now. It has been the best thing that ever happened to me, we’ve made so many memories, and gone on so many adventures.

None of this would have been possible if it weren’t for Georgia and I being such good friends. Moving up here, and putting my house on her property only happened because Georgia and I made it happen, without us being friends, none of this would have been an option. Our family’s didn’t really hangout that much, except holidays and the occasional family gathering, I mean we loved each other, but there wasn’t really a whole lot of time to come up and visit. After Georgia moved, and I was able to come visit her more and more, it changed. Us being as close as we are brought our family’s together again. I am so thankful for her, she has made my life on this earth incredibly amazing, and will continue to do so until were old and grey. I cant wait for whats to come, and I wanted to say thank you Georgia for always being there for me and giving me so many wonderful memories,  cant wait to share more adventures with you.

Meilleurs voeux




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