Sometimes we get caught up in the everyday, letting other things go by the wayside. Our days become filled with the same routine: go to work, make dinner, wash dishes, wash clothes, clean the house, go grocery shopping, run errands, etc.
Life just seems to get in the way of having, well…. a life.
Often times, we don’t mean to let important things get pushed to the back burner and when we make time for them, we realize just how much they mean to us.
My visit with Sonali & Tracey was just that. It had been 6 years since the three of us had all been together, even though we are in touch with each other we hadn’t had actual face time. When we sat down and realized it had been that long, I think we were all a bit shocked.
The three of us had met in Culinary school and had become fast friends. We would pore over food journals and magazines as if they were salacious material in front of adolescent boys. We would laugh & refer to it (lovingly) as “food porn”, a term I still use with frequency I might add…