Thursday, November 10, 2011

Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for a while, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never, ever the same

(play this while reading this entry)

it's crazy to think that i started this blog in 2006. five long years ago. so much has happened since then, and i'm not the same person. i'm older, wiser, happier, and possibly douchey-er, but that is neither here nor there. i'm going to open a new chapter of my life, and that doesn't include this blog.

so, after much consternation (about 2 mins.) and gnashing of teeth (while i was eating an egg-roll), i have made a decision. this is it folks/my one reader. the time has come to say goodbye. thank you for taking the time to read my silly little bit of the internet. i can honestly say that i loved creating this blog for yall (and for myself). writing the good times, the bad, we laughed, we cried, we loved until our last goodbye. but all mediocre and slightly interesting things must come to an end.

so i leave you with two things, one of my favorite poems (about the kinds of friends that i surround myself with) and one of my favorite songs (one of the best goodbye songs ever and my favorite country song).

there are certain kinds of friends
who can so easily discuss all things,
who feel so utterly comfortable with each other,
see one another's inner soul
and keep faith when things go wrong.

for friends like these,
the length of time
they've been together
is unimportant in determining
how well they
know one another,
and distance means nothing,
for true friendship has
no boundaries.

if we should ever grow apart
in time or distance -
today, tomorrow,
or in the days ahead -
our friendship will still
be embedded
in my mind,
my heart,
and my soul.
regardless of where you are,
know that you have a friend
in me...
-m maxine largman

goodbye, everyone. godspeed.

yo korean luva,

ps- i'm starting another secret one. teehehe.
pps - if you're still coming here and can't find the other it is: click for awesome


thisisntjimmy said...

I know we didn't hang out much, but I miss having you around Klyde...
PS, did you steal Sanderson?

klydelanta said...

i miss you too. i regale people with my stories of brooklynites and living up north. we had some good times.

and, yes, absolutely i stole sanderson.

thisisntjimmy said...

Give her back. :(

klydelanta said...

you've had her long enough. my turn.