September 20, 2010 § 4 Comments

So these two would not be friends if his mother didn’t used to sit on the bathroom counter in the dorm suite in her jammies giggling about things and her mom didn’t find his mom really really really hilariously funny.  Then there was getting lost on the way to get his mom’s hair done for formal.  And then there was Ocean View… *by the way do you know I’m still grateful for Jen GRAY for cleaning that apartment for us to the point where we weren’t fined?  Will these two still be friends in college?  Will they sit around on the phone and eat cookie dough… oh, I guess not – Wesley is a boy.  Maybe he will, just in a manly way.

§ 4 Responses to Friends

  • Jen says:

    I am obviously SO awesome and DESERVE the kudos and admiration of many, for my selfless act lo these many, many years ago. I also obviously shows one of my major character flaws which falls loosely along the lines of “oh god this isn’t my fault but deadline deadline deadline must adhere to deadline.”

    P.S. You two were the messiest roommates EVER. It was great because you didn’t fight about the mess but GOOD LORD was it ever messy.

    P.P.S. I still love and adore you both, despite this.

  • Jen says:

    Also: Gorgeous picture. Gorgeous kids. Gah. Should have said this first.

  • adatakes says:

    We were not only messy – but completely and totally apathetic about moving our butts on the cleaning at that point. Like we were stressed – but we were so wrapped up in our own separate relationship dramas. You were an angel with a mop.

  • Staci Rossell says:

    particularly love this one . . .

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