Last night I flew back from Perth with two girlfriends from Brisbane, we had flown 5 hours to Perth for a long weekend to see two other girlfriends who live there.
As I stared out the plane window at the most beautiful sunset, I looked at my friends either side of me, and thought about the friends I had left in Perth.
I thought about what an extremely lucky girl I am to have these amazing friendships still so strong from high school.
This I believe is quite rare!
I felt a little sad today – post holiday blues, but then I replaced that with feelings of gratitude and happiness for these amazing friendships I have.
I realized that when it comes to true friends, distance is irrelevant, time spent apart is irrelevant.
True friends understand you are busy and don’t judge or create drama even when you find it hard to catch up with those in your home town.
True friends know that the best intentions to call and say hi can go astray.
When it comes to true friends no amount of time or distance will affect the friendships.
When you find these friends do not let them go!