I posted this back in 2007, and I am totally feeling it again:
Here are a couple of tips about friendships:
If you're married, or plan on getting married someday, don't forget your friends who are still not married. Just because you're married now does not mean you're better than them. Don't only hang out with your married friends. Is is really worth it to blow off these people who you have invested years into just because you have different marital statuses? If you do that, then when your old friends finally do get married do you think they're going to want to hang out with you now, just because your in the same point in life? Negative.
I guess this goes for any point of life when you move on and others stay behind. When you graduate high school and go on to college, don't forget about your high school friends... When you graduate college, don't forget about those who are still in school.
I guess what I'm trying to say is appreciate your friends. They help make you who you are. It takes a long time to build close friendships.. It's a shame to lose friends just because you're in different walks of life...
So many weddings. 4 out of the 5 Saturdays in October I have a wedding, whether attending or playing.
Hope everyone is having a good almost weekend. I know I am so ready for it.
the perpetually single girl,
PS.. I am totally okay with being single, just not okay with non-single people who don't hang out with us "poor single people".