Sometimes we forget how important our old friends are to us. We take the relationship for granted and over time it just seems that we expect their friendship, as if it’s owed to us. But it’s not. Last night Codie and I got to enjoy a wonderful evening with two old friends that we had not seen for some time. Probably close to 6 months. There were many reasons for the time apart. They had been travelling around the globe for a few months, I had been in the US having my ankle surgery, Codie and I were spending…
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