When we were little we weren’t allowed to spend the night at my house. My mom used to tell me, “Catherine, we love having Ryan here, but you two just giggle WAY too much at night.” :)
And we did. We laughed…A LOT. There were times when we would laugh until my stomach hurt and tears rolled down my face. The funny thing is, I still laugh that hard when I’m with her. It’s as if I still see her everyday, as if I still nonchalantly stroll in only a daily basis to drink the milk from her fridge….as if making fun of everything around us is still an everday routine. lol..
I have a stack of photos in my room, print on top of print. Half of the stack includes images of Ryan and I growing up together. She showed me what it meant to be and to have a best friend. We have each other’s back no matter the circumstance and between the two of us…at least in our minds, we had it all.
We would spend our time making our own fun….and when Brad and I went to visit she and Will, we did just that but this time with the four of us! We created an incredible weekend…and added to my stack of photos.
This is Ryan..Isn’t she beautiful?!:)We spent the day, Brad, Will, Ryan, and I sunbathing in City Park, listening to Brad strum his guitar.
Although the image is in black and white…rest assured, she still wears every color in her closet! And no, she never matches, and somehow ALWAYS seems to pull it off.
The foot belongs to Brad. When he asked me to pack his guitar, I knew we wouldn’t hear him speak a word while we hung out…but at least he filled our environment with his music…
Ryan and Will..I know, they’re adorable. I’m so happy she found someone so perfect for her.
The power of a friendship is amazing. Our friendship is powerful. :)