This week has been a week to see some of my old best friends. Yesterday I was able to hang out with my one of my best friends from high school, Cori. She lives here in Utah but I've only gotten the chance to hang out with her a few times because she still lives about a half hour away. It's really crazy to me that she is pregnant with her third child already. I can't imagine having three right now. She's an incredibly good mom, though, so I know she can handle it. Today I was able to see Maren Winterrowd, another best friend from childhood. She just got off her mission to Boston a few weeks ago and I was so happy I got to see her for a bit. I am mad at myself because I forgot to get a picture of us together. Here are a few pictures of Cori, her kids, and Hannah, though.Cori and Hannah
The two Hannahs and Carter
After hanging out with a few good friends this month (including Stacy at the beginning of the month) I've realized how much I miss having good friends. It gets hard sometimes to make good friends with girls around here. Sure, Scott and I have couples that we hang out with every once in a while, but a girl's gotta have her own friends too. It seems that every time I start getting close to someone around here, they end up moving away. Now that Scott and I are serving in a Singles Ward it will be even harder. Oh well, I'm glad to have my husband and Hollie here to be my friends......and Hannah, even though she can't talk. I hope this blog doesn't sound like "poor me...I have no friends" because that's not what I mean. Having friends now is different than it used to be for me because I am not as close to them. I suppose that's probably usually how it is after you get married though. But someday it will be nice to live in a place where I have real neighbors and can make friends with someone without worrying whether or not they are going to move within the next year. For now, though, it was nice to have a chance to spend time with some old best friends.