After three years have past, I still have a very important friend in my life that I call my brother. This special friend means so much to me that if anything would to happen then I wouldnt be myself. Through the three years, we had our ups and downs, but we always had fun times and the greatest memorys. This important person in my life is named Austin Osborn who is truly a brother to me and means everything to me. “The friends we meet on the path of life make the trip worth while.” Austin is very important friend to me because I will always remember that I met him on the bus when I was going to my friends house and he was extremly weird but nice. At first he had the weird personailty, but the more you got to know him the more he wasnt that weird akward kid that nobody wants …show more content…
At first I thought it would be kinda weird and akward since we were staying at one his friends house down there that he knew, but when I got there everything change. It wasnt weird and awkward that I thought it was going to be. We spent four days down there and it was the four best days possible. When we were leaving we were all in tears and I will never forget how before we left he looked at me said, “This was one of the funnest times I had with you,” and that meant so much to me because I never really had someone tell me that and espically coming out of him. When I was down there his friend Shawn was the most sweetest person possible that I ever met and Im glad I become friends with someone like that too. Im really exicted for October 12th because we might be able to go back to South Carolina and make even more memorys, and spend time with my best friend and his friend. Thats why South Carolina was one of the coolest trips I got to go on with my best friend. “Life was meant for good friends and good
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Best friends forever we said. We pinky promised it would be for a lifetime, but I learned that some things change. Faith and I had the average friend relationship when we were younger. We would tell each other secrets, help each other with homework, have slumber parties and play dates, and just be fun kids together. Since we were in preschool, we were always there for each other through the ups and downs of childhood. We loved each other like no other, or so I thought.
I remember it like it was yesterday. My best friend and I, TJ used to always hang out together. We would take walks in the woods, play cars, ride bikes, and sometimes even play hopscotch; things normal kids would do. People thought it was strange to have a boy best friend, but it didn’t matter to me. He was great company on lonely days, and never gossiped about anything. He was the type of friend you could always count on. Little did I know that TJ would soon be gone.
I remember how I felt that day, It's a feeling that continuously haunts me and no matter how hard I try to forget it always finds its way back into my mind. It's a mixture of hurt and anger because I never thought that someone so close could spread such a rumor. I would never do anything to hurt anyone, especially try to take my closest friends fiancé for myself. The reason for which she assumed that I was capable of doing that, is a puzzle that I am yet to solve. As despicable as this may seem, however, I am very thankful for this event, for her assumption has taught me a very valuable lesson.
“Okay sissy, don't cry,” she pleaded. I knew the day was coming up, but I tried not to think about it. She was my absolute best friend and I could not imagine living 1,300 miles away.
Have you ever had someone in your life who helped you figure out who you were? Someone who showed you the right path. Someone who was there right next you even if you did not take that path. Someone who always seemed to be right, but never held it against you when you were not. Someone whom without your life would most likely be entirely different. I have. Her name was Jessica.
Being in public school for thirteen years I have learned a lot. I have learned how to read, math, science, etc. While all these things I’ve learned are superb and can help me in life they are not the most important lessons I’ve learned throughout my life. I have learned the hardest thing anyone can learn is how to form friendships with others. Making friends is a hard thing to learn because no one teaches it. There is no class that helps kids learn to make friends. People must learn how to make friends on their own, it is a life skill which no class in school can teach people. I struggled like everyone else to learn this, and at times I felt I struggled more than others.
Beginning in public school for thirteen years I have learned a lot. Some things I have learned are how to read, math, science, etc. These are good things to learn in school, but not the most important thing I have learned in my life. I have learned the hardest thing anyone can learn is how to from friendships with others. Forming friendships is a hard thing to learn because no one teaches it. There is no classes that helps kids learn to make friends. Everybody for the most part has to learn all of it on their own. I struggled like everyone else to learn this, and at times I felt I struggled more than others.
As time passes, the pure essence of friendship becomes less and less visible. Realizing that your life is moving so fast brings chills that go beyond the years you have already lived. Hanging out with my youth group gets rid of those thoughts entirely. All my life, I was under the impression that new is always better. My parents constantly encourage me to try activities and events that I would have never considered without their persistent nagging. Attending a church service with my youth group was one of those things. At first I was nervous and afraid, praying that I wouldn’t make a bad impression on them. To my surprise, every single one of them personally welcomed me with open arms. This was the first time I truly felt that I had made the right decision.
When life is going just the way someone wants it to go they think that they have a lot of good friends. When that person is at a party they are hanging out and talking to a lot of people that they call really good friends, but when things go wrong they only had a bunch of people who liked them because they had money or had a lot of parties. It is never until someone is stuck in a ditch, or broke down in the middle of the night an hour and a half from the house, or need somewhere to stay because they could not pay rent until they really find out who their really good friends are. A really good friend is someone who is there for their friends whenever they are need.
There are always people coming in and out of your life. It happens. It cannot be helped. Usually people would brag and talk about their current best friend; however, I feel that I should talk about a former friend of mine. He was very special to me because he changed me into the person I am today, even though he is not in contact with me anymore.
As you’ve read in the previous stories, it sounded as if I played around with a lot of people. Well, to tell you the truth they were all just random boys who were once relevant and made me happy at that time period in my life. Now, today, September 27th of 2017 I realize that no guy is ever going to compare to a best friend. All of these people I mentioned earlier, always treated me like crap. Let me remind you of all these people I cared for and put my heart and soul into the friendship or relationship we had; William Bryke, Mike Matthews, Myles Creek, and Dailyn strough. I loved all of them. Some more than others though, William and Dailyn are probably the only ones I fell in love with. I became close with Mike and Myles, but never
The first day of Sophomore year I was sitting in my E period English class and a guy walked in and completely overwhelmed me. I saw an athletic, popular boy treat me as if I were any of his friends. He acted like we were best friends the very first time we spoke. That day was the day I met someone that will hopefully continue to be my best friend for the rest of my life.
When you have a best friend, you notice the smallest things about them and what make them beautiful inside and out. They're little pet peeves and different faces they make to certain situations. In this situation, Emma Moesch is my best friend and i know pretty much everything about her. We spend so much time together that i can see these things and we have become the same person. We laugh the same and say the exact same words at the same time.. Everytime. To describe Emma will take awhile because she’s so unique and extravagant.
Growing up with not a lot of friends can be very tough. I remember the first true friend i had, was Brandon Payne. I met him in first grade since we rode the same bus, We were great friends. We sat next to each other during lunch, played together at recess, and we talked during class. A year went by and we were still the best of friends. Then one friday night in second grade he invited me over to house to spend the night. I was so excited! It was my first sleepover i have ever had and it was going to be the best time i ever had, i didn't know at the time i was going to regret coming over that day.