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September 26, 2005

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Louise M

I think it takes energy and commitment to keep up the contact with other people. It was easy when we were kids, on the phone a couple hours a day, even though you had seen all your friends at school an hour or so ago... As adults, it becomes harder, as the demands of other family members, life, etc. takes so much of our time. It is like exercising, hard to find the time at first, but easier the longer you keep with it... I have to admit I am as guilty as the next person, but very thankful for the internet, which allows me to send a quick note to two of my brothers and my best friend, four provinces away in Ontario

joeinvegas

For myself, past is memory - nice to write and see people but also trying to move on, get to know those around now. It's just too hard to like somebody and be part of your life, but then only a letter? Not enough. Better to cut and run and find another.
Sorry.

joeinvegas

For myself, past is memory - nice to write and see people but also trying to move on, get to know those around now. It's just too hard to like somebody and be part of your life, but then only a letter? Not enough. Better to cut and run and find another.
Sorry.

joeinvegas

For myself, past is memory - nice to write and see people but also trying to move on, get to know those around now. It's just too hard to like somebody and be part of your life, but then only a letter? Not enough. Better to cut and run and find another.
Sorry.

Darna Margot

Hey, I always feel bad cause I'm one of those people that don't keep in touch. Not cause I don't like people, but just because I'm a lazy Saggitarrious with a penchant for Couch-potatoery. Don't take it personal when they don't call...they could just be watching Desperate Housewives.

Auntie Pammie

You were correct that your children hold a huge trump card over this Auntie and pull in the rating of #1 reason, the parents of these children second, the food in Asia comes in at third without a doubt, and last but not least.. Shenzhen. Amen

knobody

guilty.

i guess i'm just with Darna, too lazy to make the effort very often. then again, may of my friends are off at work all day when i am home being lazy. then the evening craziness. then i'm too pooped to remember to call once the chilluns are in bed. i do have a problem with laziness, but i think i also have major memory problems. notes. i need to make myself more notes.

note to self: set alarm clock for 4 am (or just wake up when cat pukes on bed at 4 am) and call tess.

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