I was a witness to this and I can attest to it with beyond reasonable doubt. I love you both, no matter what happens!
This week was way too nostalgic. A very close friend of mine re-visited the Philippines to see us. And by us I mean her high school friends and her dearly beloved significant other. It’s just really different on how we recall about the past. how funny how we used to laugh about those things we did way back in high school, reminiscing who we were in high school was fun knowing that we had all those memories together. God, we are so young! And now that we’re in college, things changed. It’s a 360 degree turn for each and everyone of us. Some of us are even working already, some will be graduating soon. Those little girls, they’re gone and know the’re on own deciding on where the next 5 years will take them, who will we be in the next five years. The whole gang would prolly be addressed to as not just with their nicknames anymore but with labels of profession right before their name, and if by luck we all find true love any time sooner, we’d also be changing our last names. Things have changed for almost everyone, some for the good, some for the better, some are way challenged but have gone stronger, hearts were broken, mind went crazy, everything was tested but here we stand. I miss those girls way back in high school, I miss how happy we can be with simple things. I miss how the way our school confined us to have that world where we framed our childhood and made good memories. Now, everyone’s too busy changing their own dreams and there’s nothing wrong with it. That’s the live we live for, but reminiscing through the transition, recalling after everything that happened. This is probably the point where I can say everything had changed. I miss everyone, I, myself have changed but that little girl in me, that I know I carry always.