I knew my dear friends would always be in my life, but our relationships changed when they got married.While I understood that would happen, it didn’t exactly make it easy to deal with.
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My cursor sat in this status box for a good 15 minutes, editing and deleting and rewriting chunks of text like "When I started this blog, I wasn't sure where it would take me..." and "This post is a celebration of coming full circle".
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The truth is I would have sacrificed just about to have what my friends had.
I couldn’t help but wonder when it would be my turn to go apple picking with my own guy, walk hand in hand to that new restaurant down the street, or cuddle up with some hot chocolate and a movie on a cold night.
I moved to Chicago right after college, and I really enjoyed the first few years of being single, largely because many of my friends were single as well.
We had a blast going out for dinners, having girls’ nights in with sweatpants and pizza, and enjoying summer days at the beach.
I couldn’t help but wonder, There were certainly moments of peace and joy throughout this time, but more often than not, I felt like a spinster compared to my married friends.