timothy langley jr.

Rookie (May,6 1982 / Palatka, Florida)

Are some friends real?

I used to have allot of friends.well i used to think i had allot of friends anyway.I have found out the hard way that that wasn't true.See i was in a bad car wreck a few years ago.I am doing allot better, but where are my so call friends.i live alone in an apartment.the only people to see my place has been my girlfriend, my family and my neighbor.None of my friends.I understand they all have life's, but they never even hang out anymore.I am on the hunt for not just new friends but true friends.It is kinda a hard thing to do at 26.I am disabled and cant drive anymore, so i feel like its to late to start over at times.Then i stop and pray.god tells me i have many many years ahead of me to live.Be strong you will have friends again but this time true friends.I have a few true friends in my life.I have a girlfriend that i love.I am almost in love with her.Most of all i have God.With him i can rebuild anything.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, May 21, 2008

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