Day 9 (I think)
If anyone ever needs proof that opposites attract then they need look no further than us.
Even your Ma has commented on how different we are.
Our friendship just works though, and I’m so glad it does. I think we balance each other out.
You’re one of my most low maintenance friendships. We go months and months without any contact and then when we do chat, it’s like old times. Nothing’s changed.
I know that I can be hard work, and I know that I’m not always the easiest person for you to be friends with – sometimes our differences are glaringly obvious and that can cause some friction. I know, without you saying anything, that there have been times when you don’t know if you’re coming or going with me and for that I apologise. I want you to know that I’m glad you have stuck around though.
My first and original travel buddy – we’ve had some adventures! I love how keen you are to see the world and how educated on EVERYTHING you are. You are, without a doubt, my smartest friend.
Our adventures have taken us all over Europe and the US. The most glamorous moment of my life is still brushing my teeth in Walmart when we were RVing!! I’m so glad I got to do that with you by my side.
You have the kindest heart of anyone I know – you are my moral compass at times. Not a bad word to say about anyone (except maybe Trump), you lead with love and compassion.
Like me, you just want world peace.
I’m so glad I met you. I’m so glad I get to call you my friend.
I can’t wait to see you in May, give you a big ‘ole hug and make some more memories.
All the love, JRo. All the love