I have no idea why I’m more likely to open a Snapchat than respond to a text, or fill in the heart on an Instagram post before calling my mom back.
Grabbing a cup of coffee in the middle of the workday to talk about your favorite TV shows, friend gossip, and weekend plans.
“You have no idea how beautiful you are.”
It wasn’t until distance came between us that I realized how hard it is to miss something that was never yours to miss.
If it wasn’t for your constant disapproval and rejection, I wouldn’t have found my own voice and I wouldn’t have found the courage and the strength to fight your voices and follow my own. Thank you for giving up on me so easily, you taught me how to fight for myself.
You’re constantly tagging them in tweets that remind you of them with the caption “lol so you!!”
Ordinary friends come & go, but your sister is someone who will always be there.
The “Get Shit Done” Friend. This friend may not be as “fun” as the party girl, but she is useful. She is reliable and you can count on her.
I know that as a teenager, I would not have reconciled the pain and anger from my parent’s divorce if I didn’t have friends who answered their phones or called back in a timely manner.
We must be willing to go out with zits on our faces. We must be willing to attend a party when our dresses don’t fit. We must be willing to admit we don’t know something, and that we don’t have it all figured out. We must be willing to say we are lonely and let someone in.