Tuesday, July 21, 2009

On being freinds

July 20th is Friends' Day in Argentina, and of course I realise that you don't celebrate friendship, the whole of it, just on one day, but it does give you a chance to get out of your daily routine (no matter if it's Monday, you're tyred, you've got exams, you crashed your car, your moving into a new house or you're psychosomatic about Influenza A) and express, share and care for each other on this day, as you would any other day. But at least like this, with an almost National Day dedicated to friendship, you get to celebrate and gather your bestest friends around you no matter what's going on in the world.

I don't know about you, but I spent it the best way you could: around a big ravioli plate, lots of chocoalte for desert, and all the stories that happened to us from our last reunion (last Friday night)!

Yay to Friends' Day!!

Girls in Manchester photographed by Shirley Baker, from the Mary Evans Picture Library (found here).


Sole said...

i so totally agree..... even though today at 5.30 i was wondering what had hit me!!! hehehe..... really fantastic... really great pic..... and even better gathering......

Cris said...

Love you all!!! We're so stuck in school days deep down but in a definitely good way... i just love to go back to that side of me & us when we're together.
Couldn't have asked for a better friend's day! Even if it meant wondering the same Sole wondered when the alarm went off this morning.
Love you!!!!!!!!!!

Mary Loneliness said...

would have loved to be there. Miss u girls!