Little by little days started piling up and we hit our one week together. We were texting that day and I sent her a song that I dedicated to her. It was my sisters first game and I went with her. I was hoping to talk to the love of my life but their was one problem. Her parents didn’t know we were going out and she didn’t want to tell them because they wouldn’t accept that we were going out.
A few months ago I meet someone new, someone I’d never thought I'd know. But like I said, it was great at first. Her name is Shannon, she has reddish hair with the greenest eyes. She has freckles all over and dimples that can deceive anyone. We would hang out practically everyday, talk about our problems, and help each other with them.
Challenges There are some things in life that cheer you up and some things that don’t, but we all have to face the challenges that come. From the events that have happened to me so far, I’ve learned that life can be challenging sometimes, but that is if you know how to overcome them. When I was ten years old, I was living in my hometown Monterey Park, where I lived with my mom, dad, brother, and step-brother. Recently starting fifth grade with my two best friends Stephanie and Victoria. All my life I’ve been known as the shy girl or the quietest person in class.
I have been thinking about my experiences with old best friends and the first that comes to mind Caroline Booras. Caroline was my best friend for a long time. We did everything together, travelled, watched movies, gave each other advice, defended each other. She even dumped water on my ex boyfriend's head when she thought he pushed me over on purpose. We could laugh about it after so it was all fine.
An important and valuable life lesson that I learned is to be thankful and appreciate for those that are always around. It is very true when they say that we do not appreciate what we have until its gone and there are some moments in life that you miss someone so much that you wish you can just teleport them next to you and cherish their presence. This life lesson did not kick in until my best friend Alyssa moved away. Alyssa was like my sister and she basically raised me and watched me grow up. She took care of me like if she was my older sibling and she was always there when my parents were not around because they were too busy either working or just away from home.
I got embarrassed every time I thought of the old me but in the meantime, I felt so grateful to have her as my best friend. I always remembered how we spent time with each other at school. We never separated from each other except for the co-curricular activities. Unfortunately, she and I did not have the same interests in co-curricular activities such that she joined judo club despite of her demure look while I joined the swimming club. We shared our secrets as we were sisters.
People see the final product of our routine. What they don’t see are the falls, bruises, mess-ups, and arguments. I am so glad that they all convinced me to stay because when all is said and done, they are my second family. I have grown up cheering with most of the girls, and we have all watched each other mature and grow as individuals and cheerleaders. Somewhere along the way, we lost sight of what teamwork is, but we found that again and implemented it throughout the rest of our season.
She let out a loud moan and smiled up at him through hooded eyes, enjoying everything he was doing to her. She knew she would barely be able to walk properly in the morning. This was a gift they would both be enjoying. She couldn’t think of a better way to spend her night. She wondered how she could top this gift when his birthday came around.
Lastly my sister, my sister is a person that even do she is older than me I have seen her change, progress and learn from her mistakes in my life. Not only this, but she guides me through life so I don’t make the same. Even if we don’t show that we love each other I know that we will always be there for each other no matter what the past may tell. Friends are the people who you can tell anything and they will make a joke out of it. When starting school for me it was easy making friends but as most of us I had a best friend, Benjamin Vergnaud we were best friends from K5 until 4th grade and it is a friendship that I will never forget.