Wednesday, May 19, 2010

seasons of love

One thing that permeates mine and Sarah's friendship is that we aren't afraid to be sentimental with each other. And believe me, there is a lot of sentimentalism. We have one and a half scrapbooks filled with love and silliness and all things that epitomize our friendship. The kinds of things that make me tear up and my make heart feel so exploding-ly full.

Our friendship is so special to me, because we just get each other. When I tell Sarah something, and she responds with something along the lines of "I feel you" or "I understand", I know she means it. She just gets it.

I have been working on my own personal scrapbook for the year 2008 for about a year and a half now. I've only been doing a page once every few weeks so it's been taking super long. This page is a result of one of my intense bursts of emotion, in which I needed to find an outlet for what was going on in my heart.

We've all been through rough stuff. It's always a blessing to come out of a hard time in life and know that you're stronger because of it, and because you had someone by your side through it. Sarah was that friend in that time. How could I not scrapbook that?

So today's post is just about sharing, not challenging. :) Although I would challenge anyone reading this not to underestimate the value of people who stick with you when things get hard. They are the real gems in life. 

<3 <4 <5,


  1. So apparently this blog is going to be us gushing over one another?

    ... I LOVE IT. <3

    And I love these beautiful pages, my bestie bestest!

  2. Wowowow. You two are amazing. Like, you talked about the scrapbooks being full of things that make you tear up, and I swear this post was so mushy it made ME tear up a little.
    I love it! :)

  3. thats so sweet! i adore you too that you get to manage this friendship.. i have never could handle friendships with girls..sigh..^^