When I first got back to vancouver (this time) Megan’s was the only phone number that I could remember. Megan is moving and, for the first time in the 8 years since we first met, she won’t be at the end of that number any more.

When I returned this time she had a new house and the same number. I thought it would be odd to come to her new home, because it wasn’t going to be the home I remembered; It wasn’t gonna be the house that a part of me grew up in. Coming home to the new house however was no different than coming home to the old house.

There have been times when Meg and I were good friends, there were times when we didn’t see eye-to-eye, there were times when we got on great and times when we got on each others nerves. We’ve talked, ranted, protested and drank. We’ve argued, lost touch and lost trust and had to gain it all back. In all that time we have grown and changes in some ways, stayed the same in others. Despite the bad and because of the good we are still friends and, as hallmark and un-tuffgirl as it sounds, for that I am grateful.

Meg’s stressed out about the move and I don’t blame her, big moves are messy and stressful and come with many uncertainties. But there’s one thing about which I think we can be certain, eventually coming home to the new house will be no different than coming home to the old house, because they are Megan’s cost of generic diflucan anastrozole generic arimidexAnastrozole generic cost diflucan buy cheapest zyban zyban buy home pinworm treatment stromectol get off prednisone Prednisone natural alternative Stromectol 3 mg tablets buy xenical in the ukbuy xenical 120 mg buy doxycycline tablets from chemistdoxycycline hyclate 100mg price increase no prescription zoloft100mg of zoloft for anxiety . Megan is her home not her house, where-ever she goes her home will follow, she will carve it out of the metaphysical and physical space she’s given to inhabit. Megan is her community and where-ever she goes it to goes with her, one way or another.

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