This reminds me of one of the most important conversations I’ve ever had with my best friend. I told her, in the middle of a long discussion about the future of our friendship that, “I will believe in you and I will always want the very best things for you, and even when you do not have the energy to believe that you are worthy and capable of them, I will believe it for you.” We many not always say these things to one another but knowing that they are there makes even the worst of days easier to survive.
It’s been a big week (sorry for being late on the post, by the way), which included a somewhat disappointing Super Bowl, starting a new job (which I’m enjoying a lot), and Bad Video Game Movie Night. Pro tip: syncing up Prince of Persia with songs from Aladdin is hi-larious.
Another big part of my week that got me thinking was Friday night when I went over to my friend Paul’s place to help him install his new motherboard and processor. This was the second time I built a computer with Paul. The first time was when he helped me build my computer.
It takes a true friend to be a good computer-building partner. When I built my computer back in October, it was the first PC I had ever put together from scratch, and Paul was really great about it. He explained it all to me, showed me how…
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