I miss my friends…

The first friend I made around here was Scott. We became friends quickly and hang out a lot together. He is with the military and we met in a bar close to post and the student dorm I first lived in. We were very close. That was before I got to know Quasi. Through Scott I met Tom and Tom was the one who introduced me to Quasi.

Scott and me did a lot of stuff together. We traveled a lot and I saw places that I haven’t seen before even though I lived in Europe most of my life.

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We went to Switzerland, Lichtenstein, France, Luxembourg and Austria. He took me to my first real Rock Concert (KISS) and we went out a lot. He was my best friend here in town.

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I knew he would not stay in Germany and he PCS’ed back to the States a couple of months ago. We are in almost daily contact but I miss him. I honestly miss my friend and I miss my friends from Muenster…. sigh…

I talk to my friends from Muenster almost on a daily basis too but it’s just not the same. I haven’t seen them in over a year and I hoped we could celebrate New Years together. Unfortunately we can’t make it. Instead we are probably going to the bowling center.

Last year I was working in the very same bar where I got to know Scott, Tom and Quasi, so I shouldn’t complain. However, I wished I could hang out with some of my Muenster friends.

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Please don’t get me wrong. I am not in love with any of them. I know there are a lot of spouses out there who don’t agree with the fact that a woman can have guy friends. I have and it will never change. I love them to death and miss them greatly.
I know I will make new friends. I am a very open, love to socialize but am a little picky when it comes up to friends. I need to be able to trust somebody before I call him/her a friend but I guess that is human.

Thought of the Day:

Here below to live is to change, and to be perfect is to have changed often.

-John Henry Newman


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