The end of forever. Best friends forever, well that 's what I thought. Turns out forever came sooner than expected. I had a best friend who was like a sister to me. We raised, confide our darkest secrets, trusted, and loved each other. I thought with a friendship that close nothing can come between us, not boys, not our parents, not jealousy or little arguments. The thing is, sometimes friendship ends, because people grow apart. It’s better to go separate ways, than to force a friendship for what it’s not anymore. We meet new people in unexpected ways, and places. I can never forget the first day I met Zandra, who I consider my first best friend from my childhood. I was a shy fifth grader who didn’t had many friends. The new kid on the block, I knew no one. I was walking home from school when Zandra approached me, and said “You live on the 4th floor of our building right, Do you want to hang out.” I was a little surprised, because she was the total opposite of me back then. That afternoon we played on the sidewalk until our parents called us in for dinner, and we continue to hanged out many more afternoons after that. I knew we would become inseparable. That whole two years because I went to the seventh grade, she taught me how to ride a bike properly, we went on our first vacation trip, we spent our first Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New year’s with each other families It was the first time I felt like I had someone who I can called my best friend. We
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At the end of my first grade year, I moved away from the small, rural town near Vienna where I had lived since I was born. On my first day of school at Lincoln Elementary, I quickly made friends with two girls in my class named Pam and Kelly. Pam and Kelly introduced me to their group of friends that were all in our second grade class. For the rest of the school year, this group of friends was who I played on the playground with everyday and talked to in the classroom. After a great first year of school in Marion, the time came for my third grade year. Every year at Lincoln, there is a day that is close to the beginning of the school year where the students can come to the school to meet their new teacher and look at the class list to see which of their friends is in their class. On that morning, I went to Lincoln to find out who my new teacher was. To my dismay, I found out that all of my friends from second grade had a different teacher than I did. After finding out that I was not in class with any of my friends, I knew that I would have to find a new friend to talk to in my third grade class in addition to having all of my friends from second grade. At the beginning of my third grade year, I hung out with two friends I met named Phyllis and Erin. As the year progressed, I started to hang out with Angela who would soon become one of my best
Today I am talking about how my best friend and I met. My best friend’s name is Sydney Rott. The story of how we met is a cliché but I am going to explain it anyway. We didn't know each other up until my Sophomore year and her Junior year. I decided I wanted to go out for the tennis team, even though I have never really played before, I still decided to join. Sydney was the number one player for the Harrisburg Tennis Team. I thought that she was a brat when I first met her, but as time went on I started to like her.
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In life, people can gain friends quickly, but what no one talks about is that they can lose them just as fast. I learned how quickly a friendship can begin and end about two years ago. In August of 2013 a girl named Moriah Ebron was deemed my best friend. She lived in Delaware while I was all the way in West Virginia. That was a small challenge, but we made it work. We were able to visit each other and have an amazing friendship, but suddenly, something went terribly wrong. Never had I realized how fast friendships can end until I became friends with Moriah Ebron. This is an epic story of friendships and trials as well as love and hate. This is all about how I gained and lost a best friend in the same amount of time, and how that shaped me as a person.
Friends, are not ones who will be with you forever, no one will. This is something I have learned after my freshman year of high school. Early spring of 2015, I went to Rancho San Joaquin middle school. This is where I have met my best friend during 8th grade, which I once believe she will be my best friend forever. The day when we met is my first day in Rancho, we have the same 6th period english class. Right before the bell ringed, someone walked to me and hit on my shoulder. She is a very bright girl, with long hairs that goes to her waist, not long after this day, we become best friends. I used to be very quiet, through her I have met many of other friends, I once thought we are going to be best friends for the whole 4 year of high school
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Throughout schooling, Ive had one authentic best friend, Rose, since middle school. Rose was like a bra, always there for support through the typical teenage drama to the enamoring of boys. We've crossed many paths including graduating together, but at some point in time one must go their own way,so we did. The internal change was beneficial as well as perturbing. I moved to Carrollton because my mom got a job at Tanner Hospital, which meant changing schools. Central was a bit different, I wasn't quite use to the rural setting yet, Rose was an individual that made me feel more at ease.It was an opening for trust, anticipated secrets, scoop of the school, and undiscovered journeys. Rose and I were about to become the Bonnie and Clyde of Central
My best friend is Erin Bowman. We have been best friends since the 2nd grade! Funny story, when we were in kindergarden, we actually hated each other! We have been friends for around 5 or 6 years now. I used to live in Van Buren, which is where I met Erin. Unfortunately, in the 5h grade, I had to move to greenbrier. I was really really sad, because I thought this meant losing my best friend! When I told her, the first, and only, thing she said to me was; “Sophie.. That’s.. Really sad. But, I’m not worried. If we’ve come this far, there is nothing that can stop us from being friends!”. Now we call each other about everyday and talk! We also play this game called ROBLOX. It’s really fun, and we can play it together! One thing I know for sure
As I said earlier, I struggled with finding my identity and my close niche of friends during the beginning my sophomore year of high school. In my algebra class I finally made a friend I thought who could, possibly become my best friend. Julie and I had been acquaintances for a while. We went to middle
In the second grade I met my best friend of my entire life. I never thought I would see my friend again after he moved away to Washington, but after three and a half years of not seeing him or talking to him his family moved back to Alabama. My best friend's name is Luke Dunaway and we have been through alot together and I feel like we are just getting because we will both start driving soon. As much as Luke and I have had our fights and days when we do not get along we are still best friends and will always stand up for one another and be there for each other. We have done everything from staying up all night playing video games to riding four-wheelers all day together and have many great memories together, and hope to have many more experiences.
I met my best friends five years ago. A lot can happen in five years. There are 1,826 days in five years. That means that over that span of time, the world presents 1,826 fresh starts, each one containing a new experience. Every experience brings its own array of emotions. You can learn a lot about someone by the way that they react to new experiences. My friends and I have had our fair share of new experiences together. We shared our experiences of our first day in high school together, our first homecoming, having the freedom to drive, our first relationship, our first heartbreak, family issues, even our first periods. Each one was terrifying and exhilarating, and each one presented its own set of challenges. What color dress should we get? Do you think we have enough gas to get there? Should we believe him when he says it will only hurt a little? Was everything else he said just a lie? Why does dad sleep on the couch now? How are we going to make it through the day with these cramps? Every one of these questions we had to answer our selves with nothing but the help of each other. We never found out the right answers, and to this day we still don't know the right answers. We probably never will. Although there probably is no right answer to any of the questions that life presents us, searching for the answer has not only brought us closer together than ever, it has also taught us things about ourselves and each other that we may have never discovered.
As we grow older, we meet new people and make new friendships. Out of all the people you meet there is always that one friend that you click with the most. That being said a best friend is someone you look out for and care for like sibling. As we grow older we have a perception of growing old and having your best friend by your side, but I came to the realization one morning that it is not true. I found out my childhood best friend past away from a drug overdose.
Famous writer, Anais Nin, once said, "Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born" (Searchquotes.com). I felt that meeting my best friend and being reunited with her after five years, has a close relation to this quote. Throughout the years, our friendship has grown. We have bonded and become closer than ever. Mallori is my best friend, and our moms are the reason why.