Monday, October 18, 2010


It seems as with every passing day, my bittersweet graduation from high school becomes more and more bitter. Yes, my high school is a drama filled/academically throat cutting h*ll hole and a part of me wants nothing but out, but then I remember; friends.

Though I've drifted from one group to another through the course of high school and I'd say my little clique did not form until the second semester of sophomore year and I can't say things like "since freshman year!," I love my friends more than you'd imagine.

College apps are depressing and boring so I want to start blogging about happier things more often, and by things I mean my friends. I think I'll dedicate a short post to a friend every day or every other day or however often college and apps and other things permit me.

I'll probably do these posts in a relatively random order but tonight I want to post about someone I haven't known for very long.

Oh Jason, where to start with him. I met him during the beginning-ish of my Junior year and his Senior year. I remember we met after reg one day when Dylan was walking me to my 6/7 Art class and the first and only thing he said to me was "Wait is she taller than you?" Now that I think about it, he wasn't even talking to me but more about me haha.

From there on out I started to hear about him more both because I joined (and slacked in) Key Club and just through Dylan. To be honest I'm not sure how we started talking to each other. I vaguely remember us both commenting about Calculus or something on facebook and then talking on aim? I'm really not sure but boy am I glad we did.

This is where I'll start sounding major creeper (maybe), but I'm really glad I have a friend like Jason. He's someone I can IM/text whether I'm bored, need to rant, or need to swoon over No Min Woo. I'd say I've stolen him from Dylan's friend archive (:

In a strange way and this may make him feel awkward if he hasn't thought of this or see us as this close, but I see him as an older brother sometimes. As the eldest girl in my family, I've only had a younger sibling and always wanted someone older, specifically a boy because girls are catty and I'd have to share clothes with her.

This weekend Jason is moving, not like across the country status but still out of the city. I feel like I'm losing a good friend/older brother. I'll miss our fail freeway adventures (and almost going to to Hayward), lunches together at In-n-Out, Marnee Thai, Teaway, Chipotle, and MickyDs, watching ice1cube, and all those other moments we shared.

I feel like there is much more I'd like to say to/about Jason but I'll leave it as this for now. After all, this move doesn't mean I'll never talk to him again.

Oh by the way, Jason, I hate your name because I'm friends with a guy named Jason Wong on facebook so when I tag you, I have to type out Jason Won L :P
I'll make a real poster version soon
1/2 of our pics together (besides group pics)
keep on nomming (:


  1. hahahaha aww. who cares if you don't have friends you can say "i've known them since _____!" it's about depth, not length. quality over quantity!

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