Friendships In My Life

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For the entirety of my life, I have been adept at making friends with people from all walks of life. Each of my friendships is unique, special, and treasured. While some friendships end I will carry others with me for the rest of my life. In the upper right corner is a picture of me and my best friend Alyssa. Alyssa and I have been friends since we were one month old. We did almost everything together except go to school together. Both of us joined a vast array of dance classes, art classes, piano classes, and other activities together. I remember going to her house and watching all the High School Musical movies over and over again. We were so close we would always get matching outfits or shirts. Alyssa was my sister from a different mother.…show more content…
For instance my brother and I are best friends. People sometimes mistake us for twins because of our looks, mannerisms, and how often you will see us together. My friendship with my brother is different than my relationships with other friends, as he was the first person that I had to learn boundaries with and understand the concepts of negotiation and compromise. My brother and I often did joint activities together because it was convenient for my parents, but we also found it fun. Starting in third grade my brother and I started to play lacrosse together. I remember at one point I got hurt and my brother had my back and ended up (intentionally roughly bumping) checking the other kid. Family members make faithful…show more content…
When I was younger she and I would take walks, plant in her garden, and play board games. I went over to her house all the time and we would have sleepovers. I remember how Grandma Grace would always let me stay up late and wake up late something I wasn 't allowed to do at home. As I got older Grandma pushed me to do the best I could and would make me reflect back on my choices and see how they would effect me in the future. She was one of those friends I could tell anything too and she wouldn 't judge me but would explain why she did not agree with me or why she thought I might be making a poor decision. Grandma Grace 's friendship was loving and unconditional, unfortunately she passed away my senior year of high school and I miss her
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