#Day28-True Friendship Knows No Distance

“True friendship isn’t being inseparable, it’s being separated and nothing changes.”- Unknown

I don’t remember the exact day, that would be so creepy if I did (lol) but I know it was the fall of 2009 when I met her. She was so friendly and calm, I don’t know what has happened over the last eight years. 🙂

We have spent years apart but whenever we spoke we never missed a beat. That’s a friendship. I have known people all of my life who don’t know as much about me as this girl does and I am very selective about the things I share so even she doesn’t know too much.

We argue constantly about absolutely nothing but it’s never caused a halt in our dynamic. To my good friend and sister Raja so I affectionately refer to as Sala….I will miss you.



We have talked for years about moving out west and you are finally making it happen. I am proud of all that you have done and will continue to do. I will be your biggest cheerleader when needed and also your harshest critic.

As the days grow fewer before we are once again separated just know that you’ll always have someone in your corner who will love you like a mother, confide in you like a friend, fight with you like a sister, spoil you like and aunt and burst your ego like a hater lol.

Today as we spent the day together giggling like school girls it reminded me why I keep you around, you get me. You get my humor, my lack of social skills at times, my attitude, my smart mouth, my compassion and my gratitude. Thank you for being you and for allowing me to be me.


Published by: Pieces of Me

Often times we find ourselves hoping to following our minds rather than our hearts and we soon realize it's not the case. we get so caught up in our feelings and allow the stream of tears to sway us into making short term decisions that has long term effects. Sometimes we need to take a step back from ourselves and look at things from the outside. Ask ourselves is it worth it? Will I be ok with my decision tomorrow? Once we decide that it is worth losing we need to breathe in release and let go! No looking back, no regrets, just high hopes for the future, less frowns and more smiles. My name is Jordean Matthews and I am a native of Pleasantville, NJ. This blog showcases all things that are me. My life, my talents, my thoughts, my family. It truly displays all the pieces of me.

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