Saturday, March 04, 2006

Memoirs of Long Lost Friends.....

I'm awake at 345 am on a Saturday EARLY morning because I got woken up by a SMS around 115 am and I can't seem to fall back asleep as yet. The good thing about waking up at this time is that I got to watch the results show of American Idol 5. So far so good, my early favourites are still in. :)

Sometimes, I really like being awake at this time because it gives me time to reflect. It gives me time to think, to remember my past and to ponder the future. As I was lying on my bed, it suddenly struck me that I awfully miss my "mui", Tze Yee. Its been awhile since I've spoken to her. I really do miss the times where we would just talk on the phone to catch up and all but those times seems like a moment in the past now. With our busy schedules and time zone differences we can't seem to find a suitable to talk to one another. I just tried calling her but I ended up waking her up at 630 am her time. Whooops!

As I continues to stare at my ceiling, I also thought of my friend who is a SIA air stewardess. At one point of time, we were fairly close but I've not seen her online or even spoken to her for ages now. She did drop me an e-mail during Christmas but I have yet to reply it. I will be sending her an e-mail shortly after this post to see how she's doing and all. Its amazing how 2 people who have not seen each other for ages now can still remain pretty close friends. :)

At the same time, I just dropped a SMS to my friend Alicia in the US. Everytime she comes back we'll surely meet up and I think its safe to say that both of us really cherish our friendship and we appreciate each other being there. I have nothing but praises for her and I think she's definitely one of the best person that I've ever come upon.

The best thing about my friendships with these friends as well as many others is that they are totally platonic relationships. These are true friendships that I would never want to change anything about them. I've realised that in my life and probably in most people's lives, we will have many friends who won't be around us physically but I feel that the bond between true friends will never die no matter how far apart they are physically. What's most important is that the bond and the friendship is strong. Friends will always remain friends no matter where they are.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where did you find it? Interesting read » »

3:03 PM  

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