• Boise, Idaho
1 Apr 11
Oh, yes I sure do! I met a gal in junior high school and started spending alot of time at her house. Her older sister and I became very close and had alot incommon. I feel so like I took her for granted while she lived here. Just across town and we just got so caught up in our own lives we didn't spend nearly enough time with one another. Then she and her family moved. She came back and stayed with me for a few months years back. What a good time we had. I wish we could do that again. It has been twenty four years now.
1 Apr 11
i've got this childhood friend, we were actually elementary classmates kinda best of friends, but when we graduated i transfer school far away from our old school, last year with the help of facebook, she add me up as a friend then that's it, we have our communication until now, but i may say not the same like before, she has her own bestfriend and me too, plus 12 years is long enough many things change and even us both change,
• United States
1 Apr 11
No not really, as much as I think about it. The people in my childhood range into three lists. The people who live close enough by that it does not really matter, the people that might have moved away, but thanks to the magic of the Internet I was able to keep in touch of them, or people that I drifted apart from, but they would not be people who I would have wanted to stay in contact to begin with. We got along when we were younger, but as I got older, there were different interests. So really there is no one that I would want to see, that I have the inability to see. Really I consider myself very blessed. There have been some people who I know that have had friends that might as well have dropped off the face of the earth. Of course, it is hard to say that if they wanted to talk to you, they would find you. Its harsh but sadly true.