Let's Bridge the GAP!

Thursday, March 08, 2012

I have a little friend whom I haven't seen for a long time now.
She's busy with school then the next thing I know she's in Singapore and having the time of her life.
I miss her laughter and bambi eyes. I call her my baby because she's so tiny though she's older than me. :)
Little did I know that she has been keeping up with me through my blog as a faithful reader and a good friend. She knows everything from my dreams, to my outfits, to my Harry Potter madness.
So now here's a post dedicated to this cute little girl named Sandra Gapasin also known as "Gap!"
I am forever indebted and grateful to you my dear friend. I miss you and I wish we can cyber hug!
I love you for bridging the GAP between us as if we're just a few minutes away from each other!
Cheers to my friend, Gap!


PS. Her name and my message is totally coincidental but still it fits together. :)

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