Get In Touch

No matter how close friends are: practicality, maturity or growth, and change in time gives reasons that would result in parting ways. This doesn’t mean though that the parting is because of misunderstanding, bad judgment and all that. Most of the time, it is simply needed. Once school years are through, the next step would be is to find a job and work for a living. Not everyone gets to work together though. Some goes out of town, some are left in provinces and after some time you’ll realize you all are becoming too busy with your own lives that you start to lose touch from each other. Communication becomes lesser and harder to deal with.

And then when an occasion comes, or a memory hits you, you start to wonder, how is that friend of mine? I wonder where he/she is now… and how will I get a hold of them?:ha?:

Luckily, through so many social networking schemes in the internet, we are now able to search for anyone we want to get in touch with. Within the information highway that everyone’s almost hooked with nowadays, you can easily locate people, friends, relatives, or whoever you wish to find. Some of it offers contact details as well, as long as they are enlisted in the social networks sites offered in the World Wide Web.


quincyjohn said…
saktong sakto!
one of my most-loved function of the www.
ngayon nga lang sabi, kumusta na kaya blog ni andrea? o diba..hehehe

i moved po..
quincyjohn said…
* functions pala.. nyahaha wrong grammers
Janette Toral said…
True! But good thing there are blogs and social networks that makes it easier for people to keep in touch.

Happy birthday Andrea!

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