TravellingHey guys,im going interstate for the next four days. From Thursday to Sunday, I will be in NSW, visiting family, so commissions and stuff will be on hold. I will try and work on what I've got but my family have a ton of rowdy little kids so I doubt I'll be getting much done. Also I don't think there will be a decent place for me to set up but I'll be taking my tablet and laptop just in case there is and try and work through the night, if they don't wear me out.
Online friends VS Irl friendsSo I've had online and Irl friends and still do (Irl anyway), and I've always wondered, are true friends anywhere or do they have to be with you physically? I've had an experience where I have had really good online friends back in the day when I used to rp. I found that I had so much in common with them and we would talk for ages (time difference was never on my side being in Australia). But once the rping stopped we kind of drifted away...I place no blame in anyone of course but I was wondering, perhaps they were just rp friends...or maybe we didn't know how to get our friendship beyond rping? The problem with Irl friends is that, while they are closer to you physically and you can see each other whenever you want, a lot of the times you don't have much as common as you would with an online friend. There are times I wished to fly my online friends down here so we could make a big, awesome gang but alas, I do not have a penny to my name anyway, having a tight knit friendship