Parting on poor circumstances with a best friend. Not sure who was right or wrong but it'd be nice to see they're okay and say I'm sorry for how things played out.
I agree. I treated two very close friends badly. I would love to get in contact with them to apologize.
Time does make a difference with things like that.
Several old friends from different eras of my life. A couple from each, highschool, college, Marine Corps. When you move several times to different states it is each to lose touch.
A couple of dear friends (one is also an ex) whose numbers I lost when my phone fried, some friends whose contact info I lost in a fire, and a few people from SH.
I've actually done fairly well. I've managed to reconnect with most of my childhood friends and cousins I hadn't heard from in decades (at least the ones who are still alive). A couple of Sodahead friends have been a challenge, but I haven't stopped looking.
Lost my Dad in '07 and my husband in '09.
Year and a half, found out my husband was ill about a month after losing Dad. Thanks, and backatcha...those were my two best friends and I miss them every day, so I know how ya feel. :(
Yup. I was the only girl...besides the obvious 'daddy's little girl' thing, we worked together 6 days a week for 10-14+ hour days for years, so we were really tight.
That's right, Mark, they live on in our memories and in our hearts.
My sister-in-law, so I could maybe gain some understanding of why she refused to communicate with my or father or I, when my brother died last year.
Other than that, just a few former friends, just to find out how they're doing.
That still blows my mind. I'm so sorry you and your dad had that happen like that.
Thank you, Bozette. It's going on a year now, and it still blows my mind, too.
My parents would be my first choice hands down. After that the person I would have wished for actually made contact with me on FB the other day after we had a fallen out a few weeks ago.