|Yellow Butterfly Necklace my fiance got me so my mom would always be close to my heart. Even better, the body of the butterfly is green, my dad's favorite color! Both my parents in one necklace :)|
|I took this pic today. It's a framed pic of my mom, but the mirror allows me to reflect myself in it as well|
|International Star Registry|
|Map of where my mom's star is :)|
|Card they send with the paperwork|
** Stay tuned for 30 days of truth update later! **
Day 9: Updated @ 8:15pm.
I'd have to say someone I didn't want to let go, but just drifted was my high school best friend. We were inseparable in high school, like sisters. We even lived together for a short time as soon as she turned 18 and was legally able to move out. We started drifting apart when she got involved with a guy. The guy, who shall remain nameless, was not very found of me because of some truths that I told my best friend (she was my best friend! I was just looking out for her best interests!). Anyways, after knowing the stuff I told her, she decided to stay with the guy, and that kinda isolated her from a friendship with me. We drifted a part over the years, not by choice of mine. I am a pretty loyal friend and I made numerous attempts at rekindling our friendship. During the time we were not in contact she married said guy, and had a child. It would have been really cool to be a part of her life during that special time, and possibly be "auntie Heather" as I am affectionately called by children of my other close friends! Though we drifted apart, story has a happy ending because about 5 YEARS later, amidst some issues going on in her life at that time, she decided to reach out to me and gave me a call. I'm glad I was able to pick up my cell that day. Since then (that was about 2 years ago) we have rekindled our friendship somewhat and got to hang out a few times! Though our friendship will most likely never be what it was, I definitely hope that we can continue to stay in touch and a part of each others lives.
Day 6: Something you hope you never have to do.
Day 7: Someone who has made your life worth living for.
Day 9: Someone you didn’t want to let go, but just drifted.