Have you ever noticed when bargain shopping, a lot of the “great” sales you come across tend to end in “.99?” Think about it – you see a pair of jeans in the store for $60 but if you look over to your right, folded just below the neon “Sale” sign, you see the same pair of jeans but on the sign, it reads “$59.99.” Which pair would you go with? (more…)
So as I was exchanging comments on a post that I read over at Writings Of A Single Girl about a set of her friends, it dawned on me. Isn’t it weird how you can be friends for over 14 years with a person and know them like the back of your hand. They’re like your missing sister or brother that you’ve never had.
And then as you relocate to different states (or just areas), you end up meeting someone else who your heart just bonds with. They too become one of your “back of the milk carton” siblings and you would go out of your way to make sure that they’re good. You’ve got their back no matter what. This person ends up being your friend for about 5-6 years.