For the next 30 days I’ll torture you with my stupid answer to the writing prompts taken from the 30 Day Writing Challenge and the 30 Day Song Challenge. Here we go:

Writing Challenge – Day 17:  Someone with whom you shared a friendship/relationship that simply drifted out of your life.

You grow up, you lose friends.  That’s life.  There are a few friends I could re-establish contact with but I find myself unable to do it.  It has more to do with me than with them but I just can’t even consider it.  And I don’t want to elaborate on the reasons why.

The only reason why I don’t send my facebook account to the darkest depths of hell is that it’s allowed me to keep in touch with friends I can no longer see due to proximity issues; also, I been able to find some dear friends from my senior year in high school back in the days when I lived in the States, and I few of them have found me.  I don’t quite like Facebook, but it is better than nothing.  There are three friends from that time that I’ve been unable to find.  The four of us together were like a recipe for destruction, silliness and crazy fun.    Kelli, Betsey and Heaven. It would be lovely to hear from them again.

Song Challenge – Day 17:  A song that you hear often on the radio.

It seems local rock stations are perpetually stuck in the 80s here.  I don’t listen to radio that much but it’s always comforting that usually, whenever I turn that thing on, a classic Guns N’ Roses song welcomes me with open arms.

Sweet Child O’ Mine – Guns N’ Roses