I lost my best friend on my 22nd birthday. To many, that would be a tragedy.
I’ve found new meaning in the term my ‘other half’ and I no longer have a sense of urgency to find a soul mate. I already have, in a form I didn’t expect.
You text me a bunch of emoticons like a dancing woman, a cactus, a lightning bolt, and a glass a wine, and then you say, “Have a great day!”
It’s a very weird feeling when you hear news that your childhood bully has passed away.
We’ve all done things that fall under the “what happens in that place stays in that place” umbrella. However, that umbrella does not cover the small part that falls outside of it, which is to tell your best friends about it.
Her two best friends, Anahi Alvarez and Naomi Martinez, turned that prank into something heartwarming that would teach bullies a lesson.
It was early 2012. I had just started a job waiting tables at a popular chain restaurant. It was my first time being out on the floor by myself. I was a little overwhelmed, but I got through it.
They never call, acknowledge, or celebrate your birthday — even though they throw themselves a birthday party every year, demanding everyone drop everything to attend.
I don’t need another song about how a boy broke my heart. What I need is a song about how she wasn’t there to pick me up afterwards.
You bicker like an old married couple, and over all the old-married-couple things: “No, seriously, borrow my sweater!” “You can have my fries, I swear I don’t want them!” “White wine is FINE, really!” “Okay, are you sure? I love you.”