Originally Posted by mayjune2
now ryan it seems to me as well we were closer when i was a presbyterain. also ryan you can call me april that is my name. i have closed the door on the friendship with her.
Were you both Presbyterian back then?
Did you go to church with her on occasion, prior to you becoming a witness?
It seems to me that you two became friends approximately around the beginning of your teenage years.
That point in time represents a lot and by the end of senior year, society considered you a young woman.
It could be also that the two of you simply grew apart; it happens.
I've had plenty of "friends" in high school but as my view of the world changed, I noticed that so did my preference in friends.
Life's experiences are but one indicator but I think you get my drift.
There are times that I think to myself "oh my dear friend ******* from high school" but when I do, I in turn say: "he probably has a career, is married and has a few children by now."
As I am saddened by the fact that I pictured my friend as such(we were "thick as thieves") I was happy because I realized that he had to move on with his life and he has changed, as have I.
I'm just drawing reference here.
As you already know, people come in and out of our lives at different intervals and for different reasons.
It just seems that the two of you are in "different places" at this point in time.