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hi mom!

i miss my mom :)

aside from all the great things i hope to do out here, and great people i hope to meet (hello cute boys!!), i cant help but state that one of the shittiest things is that i am 3000 miles away from the person that "gets me" the best.

her laugh. her smile. her tears. her and i getting ready to do things, or happily shlepping in 3-days old sportswear. i miss it all.

but, its ok. between phone calls, emails, bbms and text messages, we are pretty much still together. obviously not nearly the same...but while we both figure out some stuff in life, a little mileage will have to do. we both deserve great things, and i am so excited to see where life takes us...for a bit we are just going to be bicoastal. which, actually, is pretty badass.

so there you have it. i miss you mom. always will. i mean i think i miss you when im near you. haha, thats just what happens when you have such a great bestie like i do.

just know mom, that sometimes before i go to bed, i think of you. i talk to you like i do dad, and i cant wait to hang out soon. our lives are obviously forever BEST FRIEND-IFIED and were mother/daughter, so were always close. its SUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCKS not hanging out at the drop of a hat, but this little seperation is important so we can plan for the future. i gotta make those big bucks out here is la la land!

cheers mom! for going on this journey with me, and inviting me on yours. for putting up with me...all of me. all the time. anytime. you are the absolute greatest person, and the world is soo lucky. cant wait to talk in the morning :)



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