Monday, October 19, 2015

roommates to sisters


Way back in 2005, I graduated high school and started college right after, (please do not get me started on the fact that I am still going...). The first year went pretty well. I connected with my roommate, Jessica, and we became great friends. We had almost all of our classes together, we were basically inseparable. But, the problem came a few weeks before Sophomore year started. Jessica called me and told me that she was dropping out. Not cool Jessica. What the hell? Who actually drops out of college? I guess you do, Jessica.

My anxiety immediately had me convinced that because Jessica was dropping out, somehow, I would never graduate, become a homeless person, and obviously have no time for children, because hello, I was already 20. Eventually, Aaron was able to convince me to pull myself together, at least until after I met this new girl they were sticking me with. This weird Megan girl, who wouldn't stop laughing on the phone. Seriously, like a child in a horror movie.


Looking back, I guess you could say, that it all worked out. Ten years later, Megan is one of my very best friends. We have been through so much together and I don't know what I would do without her. When you think about, its actually super cool that Jessica dropped out of college. Thanks girl! Really, the only problem with Megan is that she still hasn't stopped laughing.


Happy frickin' birthday Megan! I always have the best time with you, whether we are partying, eating, shopping, or doing sketch-up. Even though you made me wear a pink bridesmaid dress, I am so blessed to have you in my life. Love ya boo!

I almost forgot pictures of the food, which is, of course, why you came. I want to stress how dark it was in this restaurant, the pictures do not do this food justice. It was so so good. I highly recommend. Literally, the best pickle board of my entire life.


What did ya'll eat this weekend?!


1 comment:

  1. Aw I love when we can look back and realize that things that felt so horrible are actually moments that things changed for the better!

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