Disclosure: I’m a member of the Netflix #StreamTeam which means that they pay for the streaming service in exchange for me posting once a month about the service. All opinions are my own. When I started graduate school many years ago, I didn’t know anyone at the school I chose to attend in small town Georgia. While I quickly met other students in my program, I did not have the social life or friendships I once had at college. Then, one day, I received a message from a random undergraduate. Tony contacted me because he was also from the St.
This time of year I find myself thinking of family and friends, particularly the latter. While I get to spend time with some family during the holidays, I don’t get to see my friends very often. The majority of my friends live hundreds, if not thousands, of miles away from me. We connect on social media and through infrequent phone calls (that’s my fault because I hate talking on the phone….yes, I suck as a friend). During the holidays, particularly Thanksgiving, I feel thankful for all the friends who support and love me, despite the fact that I’m bad about keeping in