“Whatever we deny or embrace, For worse or for better…”

February 24, 2009


-more than 10 years of friendship

-an undisclosed number of boyfriends, three marriages and one divorce

-over 15 addresses spanning three continents

-sick parents and lost grandparents

-countless laughs, tears and hugs

We still belong together


(Christmas 2003)

Where do you belong?


13 Responses to ““Whatever we deny or embrace, For worse or for better…””

  1. Erin Says:

    So precious!

    I belong in sunny California with those who know me best.

    mmm, sunshine….

  2. Matt Says:

    Is that a 4-way kiss happening there?

    thats hot.

    I can not confirm or deny that allegation.

  3. f.B Says:

    This reminds me that I need to call someone. Long overdue.

    But never too late…

  4. PrincessQ Says:

    Loved this.

    I belong with my friends of 10 years…As eclectic as we can get.

    Elcletic friendships keep life interesting

  5. apollocreed Says:

    Matt stole my thought.

    I hate when he does that.

  6. LiLu Says:

    You know what? After growing up in Massachusetts… living a short life time in North Carolina… and traveling all over…

    I really like it here. I heart you, DC.

    Adorable post!

    And I am sure DC hearts you right back!

  7. Beth Says:

    You are on a quest to convince me I belong in RI, right? We’ll see… 🙂

    PS- I kinda want to belong in the middle of that giant hug up there… how awesome!

    I am. I guess the jig is up.

  8. Mandy Says:


  9. Mike Says:

    Back with my work wife.

  10. This is total awesomeness. I belong in Florida with my bestest who is unfortunately living there while I’m in So Cal…

  11. Carly Says:

    Aw, this made me tear up a little. I belong in California or NYC with 2 of the few people I have never wanted to punch. Actually, I wish I could transport people and bring them to me. I also belong in a showroom.

  12. awww, that is so sweet. Sadly, the only place I truly belong, where my people are (and by my people I mean my girlfriends from childhood) is thousands of miles away. We stay in touch but it’s not the same, not seeing each other.

  13. Christine Says:

    wow.. where did you dig that one up? love it

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