Tuesday, June 23, 2009

My Girls

as I lay here on my bed, with the AC on giving me a chill and the sun sinking down, I listen to songs that make me wana cry, laugh, and feel rejuvenated. These songs are all sung by strong, independent women who's life stories inspire us. These ladies include - Taylor Swift, Julianne Hough, Carrie Underwood & Kellie Pickler. Between these ladies & a few more, I can find a song that can help me undersatnd and relive most moments of my life.

But what has just occured to me is that when Im feeling low, or not having a good day, or when Im thrilled and happy, or really feeling anything like that, I turn to my car raido, or my iPod or youtube.com. I dont turn to my girlfriends because I really dont have any.

I have my sorority sisters, true - but I really dont know any of them very well

I have my few college girlfriends - but we're not all that close and when I do turn to them, they dont really seem to care, as they are too busy with their own lives.

I have my highschool friends - yes, we are still friends but not as close as we were. they have all sort of moved on without me

my family - my mom & my sis. ive never been close to my sister, but Ive been trying to in these last few years. My mom is just a very busy women so she doesnt have a lot of time to listen to me.

So my girls, my ladies are women known all over the world and their songs speak to me. I wonder if this is the case for anyone esle?


mylittlebecky said...

i know how you feel. i don't really have that person that i can be a crazy girl to/with anymore. chuck just can't fill that, "is this crazy?" void that girlfriends can. he'll just say yes. :)

ps hello!

Bridget said...


thanks for my very 1st comment!

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