Once you start getting to your 20s, you realize that every little moment counts especially when it comes to spending time with your friends. It’s not like high school anymore. Because the usual routine of hanging out every day.. turns into hanging out once a week to hanging out once a month to hanging out every couple of months to hanging out once a year and down the line, maybe it turns into never having the chance to ever again. A phrase I often here is that no one’s ever too busy, it’s all a matter of your priorities. Even though I do believe there’s some truth to that statement, the fact of the matter is of course your priorities change. Not everyone chooses the same lifestyle, the same career path to go down and so quite obviously, things get in the way. Plans change. People are making moves, some are staying stagnant, while others are still trying to figure out what they want to do with their lives. I didn’t buy into the whole “You lose a majority of your friends once you’re in college” bs ‘cause I told myself I wouldn’t allow that to happen. But once you’re put in the situation and actually living it, you face the reality of it all. Things are different and there’s no use in denying it.
Appreciate every moment for what it is. ‘Cause once you take that trip down memory lane, you’ll realize just how much you miss it.
Curiousity is dangerous territory. Racking your brain, deciding whether or not you should cross that line. It’s this constant nagging feeling of wanting to know but at the same time, not wanting to if it ends up not being the answer you so foolishly hoped for in your head.