Katie P...


Best Friends?


I thought i had my best friend, my friend from elementary school, to middle school, & all the way through high school.
As a kid, i created my wedding list, & she was my maid of honor #2.
Now, i am older, & i see that things have changed,
My best friend, my friend from Elementary school, to middle school, & all the way through high school, is no longer, my best friend.
You come to realize new things every day,
choose wisely, & make the best friends you can. If someone doesn't want you, it's their fault, if someone doesn't think your 'cool' enough for them, don't believe it, they're just jealous of something you have.
Things change, & if you believe, you will believe that things change for the better, these changes are on your side, as long as you stick through the struggles & still believe.
Your best friends will show up. If your not sure who they are now, just wait, give it time, & soon enough your new best friends will now be your maid of honors, & your new best friends will be your true friends forever, & ever.
So, choose wisely, & don't give up, hang in there strong, believe, & know that everything will show up soon enough.

Submitted: Saturday, September 01, 2007
Edited: Monday, April 04, 2011
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  • Marcia Morris (9/2/2007 12:31:00 AM)

    you are still young, there is more to learn about friendship.As you grow older you will see friends come and go....but you know what a true friend will stay by you, and one day you will find that true friend, it may take a while but a real true friend you will find.God bless (Report) Reply

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