My name is Amanda, I'm a newlywed Army Wife. We recently moved to South Carolina from Hawaii. Before we met I had a son that I placed for adoption with friends who could not have any more children. We have a semi-open adoption. I hope to help other girls who have been in my situation get through it and make the best decision for her and her baby.
Day 8 — Write a letter to: Your favorite internet friend This is hands down, without a doubt, my favorite person in the world, not just internet friend, but real life best friend in the whole wide world, even though we've never met in person, MEL!!!
Dear BESTIE: (even though when Amy Farrah Fowler says it and it annoys the crap out of us, we're still BESTIES) Thank you so much for all you've done for me over the years, I'm not so sure how long that is, as my memory is not good at all!! I do know that we've helped each other out through some difficult times, and although we hit a rough spot when I was pregnant, you still stood by me. And I thank you for that. I'm so glad we got through that, and are able to move forward. You are a remarkable woman, mother and friend! I love you and the bubbas like family, and I one day hope to wrap my arms around them! One day we will! I know you'll go far in life, you have come so far, and I'm so proud of you. I hope things work out with you and Dodger, I think he's a much better man for you than that jerk of a baby daddy. You're like a sister to me, and I love your kids like I will one day love my brother and sister's kids. I wish you all the best, and I hope to spend many more years being your friend! You are truly my best friend!
Tell me: A song that you know all the words to (haha how funny, I used this song once before, but I do, I proved that the other night at a BBQ when we sang it on Karaoke!)
I want to know: The style you had 10 years ago. Well, 10 years ago I had just started high school, and we had a dress code, so I had to wear khaki's and polo's, and I had just started wearing blue jeans a few years before that, up until maybe 5th grade I refused to wear denim. So at school, I would wear a polo shirt I got at either target, polo, walmart, I had a few from A&F, but most of the stuff came from cheaper stores. I bought khaki's at whatever store had them the cheapest, and I really wasn't that great looking. After school and weekends, I think I wore jeans and t-shirts mostly, I honestly don't remember. I just remember the dress code and what we had to wear at school.