Have we been looking for the wrong type of soulmates our whole life?
We’ve been told time and time again by fairytales, books, and movies that our husbands would be our only soulmates-our second halves. But in the last few months, I’ve realized that this is so very far from the truth.
Soulmates are those people in our lives who deeply connect to us in a way that they are part of us. You share so much of your life with them they are inextricably connected to you in the most positive of ways. They come in the form of mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, husbands, wives, etc., but they also come in the form of friends. Yes you read that right- friends.
Our friends are so important to us, yet they tend to get overlooked by other people in our lives. So in honor of Thanksgiving’s approach, I think its time we recognize those friends in our lives who are important to us. So thank you to all my soulsisters, my friends, who have helped me grow, who have inspired me to be my best self, and who have help me become who I am.
Thank you for inspiring me on a daily basis to seek adventure, fun, love and happiness, and for showing me honesty and trust when it was needed at it’s most. Thank you for listening to me talk about boys and my little insecurities-and thank you for helping me overcome them. Thank you for showing me to explore new cities, read new books, and pushing me to meet new people. Thank you for making me the amazing person I am now so that one day, when I do meet my future husband, I can be the most kick-ass wife the world’s ever seen. Thank you for being my future bridesmaids. Thank you for standing next to me. Thank you.
Our friends are so important to us, so at this time of year, let’s send them a little thanks and a little love. <3