Our old friends are like comfortable blue jeans. They are worn in, reliable, non-binding, cozy, patched in places, but still a perfect fit. We've had them so long, they are like second skin.
Old friendships are worth tending, nurturing and growing because these are the people who love us and see the best in us in spite of our flaws.
Over the course of a lifetime, you may have a handful of really deep and intimate friendships.
Sometimes these few friendships are enough. They are so comfortable that the idea of making new friends seems unnecessary — and even a little intimidating. But what happens if you move to a new city you?