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Like it was yesterday

Published: Sunday 2005-10-30.

When I was small I had a best friend, we usually got together quite often, especially in the summer when we could go to each other’s houses by bike. He had a couple of family-related problems and we lost contact when his mother passed away and he moved away to live with his father. That was about fifteen years ago, but now I have finally got hold of him again, after he has moved back to the “home district”. I heard that he had moved back on the grapevine, and managed to get hold of an e-mail address. We exchanged telephone numbers and talked for quite a while on the phone on Friday.

Wow, it is almost as if it was yesterday when we last met, even though we both just were small kids then and now both are (more or less) adults. I was a bit afraid that it would be difficult to find something to talk about, but everything just fell naturally and we talked for almost an hour. Sometimes it really feels as if time has stood still..

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  • Date: 2005-10-30 22.53.50 CET
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