I never knew Niff said this until my Mom told me a few weeks ago.
I don’t know how it came up, but I guess Jen would tell her boy friends and friends that when they missed each other, they should both look at the same thing, at the same time, and it would be like they were together.
I’m not sure how she came up with it, but the notion behind it seems logical. If two people are looking at the same thing, and the same time, they are together.
I know he favorite reference point to use was the moon. The other night, it was a clear night, and you could see all the stars and the moon. So, of course, I looked up at the moon, and hoped that Jen was looking at it too, so we could be together again. Except, we would be looking down on the moon, while I look up at it.
So, people everywhere, if you miss someone, just pick a certain spot and time that both of you can look at, and it will bring you two together.
I really miss Jen today.
I just got a text from Jen’s friend that sheds some light onto this story:
It started when she was grounded for sneaking out & we could never hang out so when she’d sneak on the computer that’s what she’d tell me, look at the moon & we were hanging out. And the moon came out during her memorial cruise. ❤