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09 February 2007 @ 03:14 pm
Really? *sniffs*  
I just posted about my first kiss a few weeks ago, and then one of my oldest friends (or perhaps I should say 'a friend I've had for a long time?') sent me this email.  I'm so sad!  I thought the location of my first kiss would be forever preserved!  I'm inexplicably saddened by this.  I haven't been there in years, but we used to go there after shows, and I had friends that worked there.  Crap.
 
 
I feel:: melancholymelancholy
I hear:: Embraceable You - Gershwin
 
 
 
fallenwitch: Boyd | emo by googly_iconsfallenwitch on February 10th, 2007 08:36 am (UTC)
It's painful when time moves on, forcing us to accept the reality that the physical remnants of days past are not immune from change. I learned this excruciating lesson when my brother insisted that we go past my grandparents' old farm, which had been sold to a developer after they passed away. I said, "No" but he insisted. We drove up, and it was a sea of tiny houses, all back to back for as far as the eye could see. I didn't even recognize the place, which had been acres and acres of land. I have never forgiven him for that - not to this day. My only consolation is that he was as affected as I. I feel your pain.
Carrie Leighcarrie_leigh on February 10th, 2007 02:12 pm (UTC)
Doesn't it just suck? I do think that building is probably on some historic register, (it was a church) but the guitar-shaped bar will be forever gone.