6.28.2009

heather in real life

Have you seen Dan in Real Life? I saw it this morning. I think it's also why I'm trying not to cry listening to Landslide on the radio right now.

I bet you didn't see that coming, huh? Neither did I.

I'm starting to realize that this time next week, I'm going to be at my parent's house with my Birdy in my lap and my husband 832.7 miles away (but who's counting? Not me. I can't count at all.). And you know what? I'm starting to think that's going to suck.

Techinically, from where I am staying now I could drive and see them every weekend at my parents. It's only five hours away from where I am now. That is strangely comforting. But. And my friends, with me, there is always a "but."

Because this time next week, I'll be thinking that this time two weeks from now I'm going to be in sunny California 832.7 miles away from my parents, and my brother, and my in-laws, and Jessica, and even more miles away from dear Pullman and my friends here. I've never been so far away from all but two of the people I love, and I know that's going to suck.

That, for sure, I'm counting on.

2 comments:

kick ass brother said...

i feel i cant really hold a flame to your situation but here goes. i think that leaving pullman was one of the hardest things i have ever done. i was able to meet so many people, enjoy so many new experiences, have a great time during my four years there, but most of all making friends i will have for the rest of my life no matter where i go. just keep in mind that you will always be able to talk to the people you have come to call your friends for the past sevenish years and you will always have the great memories you made with them in the great city of pullman. going to a completely new place is a difficult adjustment for anyone to make, but i know you will do great things being a wife, mother, daughter, and sister to people who truly want the best for you!

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