LOUISVILLE – Mary Browning and Jessica Jordan worked their first jobs together at Gadzooks in Oxmoor Mall back in the last 90’s. The two are now stay at home mothers in their thirties and have not actually hung out in over 15 years. They became Facebook friends a few years ago and casually click like on each others pictures every once and while. Last weekend Browning was looking for a reputable daycare when Jordan chimed in with a suggestion. The two continued to play catch up for the next hour in the comment section of Browning’s original post for the next thirty minutes.
“It was great to hear that she’s doing so well,” said Jordan. “I can’t believe her daughters gotten so big. I made sure and told her and the whole world that.”
Browning and Jordan went back and forth for almost an hour, both ignoring the private message function Facebook offers.
“It was cool,” said Browning. “She was liking my reply’s, I was liking hers. It was really great to catch up with her and hear what her husband and kids are up to.”
The conversation steered around friends they used to hang out with at Denny’s and the possibility of one of them being infected with the AIDS virus.
“I don’t get to chat with my girlfriends much,” said Jordan. “I mean, in real life. We talk on each others walls all the time. I probably won’t even meet up with Mary, but it was fun planning it out and running over our schedules with each other as if we were the only two people on stage in front of thousands of people watching.”
The two seemed to have landed on a mimosa date in the coming weeks, but neither are planning on actually showing up.
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