Day 21 of 100 Days of Blogging, the Friend Who Moved Away

Hello, and welcome back to 100 Days of Blogging. Today’s category comes to us from the Love and Relationships category and the card says “Write about the friend who moved away.”

So, the easiest, or rather most proximate would be either of my next door neighbors from when I was growing up here is Sacramento. I’ve lived in the same house for the past 21 years and have actually only had two different families for neighbors.

The first family that lived next to us in this neighborhood had two kids that were roughly my age. One of them was in my class at the school that we went to, whereas the older kid was a few years ahead. Both of them were my friends, but the younger one was obviously the closer friend since we actually were the same age and in the same grade.

We were able to study together for the various classes we had since the school was small enough that there was pretty much only one section per class. Our families also hung out together a lot since us kids were the same age and conveniently enough we could just walk next door in either direction if we wanted to do dinner together or just hang out.

Sorry for there not being a whole lot of detail, but while I’m willingly writing about different facets of my life no one else that I’m writing about actually agreed to having their name plastered over the entire internet for everyone to see. Either way, that’s just a little bit about the friend who moved away. Eventually the parents moved away as well and now we have a young family living next to us.

So there we go, a little bit about the friend that moved away. And more proof that this was initially a journal prompt deck as some of these prompts would definitely have different answers if I was only writing for my own consumption.

Also, it’s Memorial Day when this is published, so take a moment to remember those that have lost their lives while serving our country.

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