Saturday, January 26, 2008

Sweet Sassy Molassey

I have been reminiscing a lot lately about my childhood and friends. I truly have the best and coolest friends around. I am so blessed. Amongst my group of childhood friends, I would have to say I'm the most conservative. Don't get me wrong -- I did have a crazy streak here and there. I had my fair share of toilet papering and wild sleepover parties. There was one time in particular where we put pantyhose on our heads and, en-route to our designated gloom-and-doom house (code for: house who will be on the receiving end of our wrath) , we were spotted and had to hide out in various spots (one of which being a tipped over trash can half-filled with water). There were also those times where I found myself going home early or just staying home because I knew I would be the only one at the "party" without a make-out partner or the movie being shown would not fit within the boundaries I set for myself. I didn't even drink a coke until I was in college. Of course, it's not a bad thing that I was/am this way. I don't feel like I miss out on much. Whenever my friends and I do get together we always love re-telling our moments of craziness and revelling in how much fun it is to be us.


Erik A. said...

Janelle I truly believe that we are the exception to the rule when it comes to keeping in touch with childhood friends. People at work are surprised that I still stay in regular touch with people I knew from early elementry school. I've found these friendships have enriched my life. Now my children and my friends' children are friends which only deepens these childhood friendships.

Dayna said...

good times:)!!! great memories