Growing up I was a bit of a tom-boy. I didn't like being a girl and I wanted to always associate with boys. But, that was mostly because I was insecure and didn't know how awesome being a chick actually was. Now that I'm an adult and have some really solid relationships with women, I really see how important those relationships are.
I am so thankful for my friendship with my friend Julie. She's someone that I can tell anything to, and she'll never judge. I really appreciate her. Sometimes we go a few weeks without getting in touch with each other and it's like no time has passed. We've always maintained our friendship somehow. It's weird that some people just click.
We met each other sometime in 2006 while we were both living in Alaska (randomly), and we both moved back to our homes shortly after meeting, but we've always had a "phone" friendship. She moved back to Utah and I moved back to Maryland but we always stayed in touch. After 6 years of doing this, we're now so stoked that we'll be living in the same state together. Julie is moving to California to be with her fiancé and as you all know, I just moved here. I'm seriously just so elated.
If you guys are curious about her, check out her blog. She's a really cool chick. So smart and very witty.
I guess what I wanted to really share is that we all need a good girl friend. There is something so awesome and strong and amazing about having solid positive relationships with women. We need to focus more on loving each other and just being friends than all this catty shtuff all the time. I hope you guys have what I have. :)
This was probably the most gushiest blog post ever.