Archive for November, 2009
Have you ever had a friend during you childhood or teenage years that you just got along with really well? Maybe they were more than just a friend, maybe they weren’t, but either way, they were someone you deeply cared about.
Can you think of a friend who holds that type of importance in your mind? Do you have many vivid and exciting memories of them that you would like to experience again?
The sad thing about being a kid is that your friends will come and go. Sometimes your friends may have been forced to move, you may have had to move or maybe it was just the natural process of growing up and slowly going separate ways.
Seeing how you and your friends are older now and much more mature, aren’t your curious to know what they’re up to? Fortunately there’s a way you can do it, here’s how:
Step 1: Gather information on their first and last name and the area where they were located last. The exact location isn’t necessary, but a rough idea will only help. If your memory of their last name is vague, grab an old yearbook or class picture.
Step 3: Take action and send them an email or give them a call to say “what’s up?”
The good news is that even if they aren’t someone you want to associate with now, you’ll finally be able to close that gap of curiosity. How many friends have you reunited with?