Thursday, August 12, 2010

The friends we choose.

I got to see one of my long-lost friends last night. He's been in Korea for a year. And he's going back in a month. We've been friends for a decade. What? How am I that old?

My old friend Tennessee Williams said, "Time is the longest distance between two places." I don't really get that. I tried to understand when I read The Glass Menagerie in college. Something about traveling a further distance through space-time. Whatever.

But he also said, “Life is partly what we make it, and partly what it is made by the friends we choose.” I do understand this, and I'm so lucky to have the friends who I chose, and who chose me.

I forgot my camera last night, so you are fortunate enough to have my fantabulous phone photos. This is becoming something of a trend with me.

Could not stop laughing about who knows what?

Still laughing. This went on for several minutes.
17 pictures later, we have a "decent" one.

Ragan came along, too! It was much easier
to get a good one of them.
And because you're dying to know what the yogurt mixed with instant pudding looks like--here you go!

The berries are in. Now it's time to stir.
Don't judge a book by it's cover.
This stuff is to die for.


Ragan said...

you were laughing because david was laughing at you because of your "decent" picture obsession. you're so weird. and it's been more than a decade - it's been like 14 years, oldie.

Tatum-LeTard said...

I love your "About Me"... sounds a lot like me! It's always fun to run into fellow Southern Ladies on here!

Allison said...

Thank you! I can't wait to read your blog!