Meggie! (rivulet) wrote,

Tonight we watched Identity. Pretty good flick. The girl next to me noticed me dropping my straw paper into my popcorn bag.
"Oh, is that yours?"
"Yeah, but it's empty."
"OK, 'cause I put something in there."
"That's all right, it's trash!"

In other news, I was thinking about this again this evening as I was putting pillowcases in the dryer: it's dang hard to make friends when you're not going to school, you're working with a lady who should be retired by now, and you're engaged. I never see (and barely talk to) anybody from high school anymore, I don't go out to bars, I don't strike up conversations with random people...

It sounds like I'm bitter about it, but I'm really not. It's just interesting. I think everybody has the same problem - I saw it happen several times with friends - they meet a guy and they withdraw from the social scene. (Or they go out into the social scene together, but that's another story.)

Maybe it's just me, though. I made friends pretty easily in school, but... well, I guess things change. Maybe now I just need to make my own friends from scratch - Cory, where are you? :P
Tags: self-reflection
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