Throughout high school I never really had close friends. I had one or two that I could talk to about anything. College has given me the freedom to be who I really am and to branch out and meet tons of new people.
I have made so many new friends through SpectrUM, the LGBT student organization on campus, and I feel that I can talk to a few of them about anything. Today I went over one of my friend’s apartments with a bunch of people and I had so much fun. It was what I needed. I was able to goof around with everyone and bake a cake and play with an adorable pug with one eye. Things still aren’t okay, but I’m glad I have friends to lean on.
I am especially glad I have Chris. The first night I met him we talked until about 4 A.M. and I came out to him and talked about my girlfriend. Tonight I got to hang out with him finally for the first time this semester. I told him about how my girlfriend and I broke up and about Brianna and everything. He just let me vent and did his best to give me advice and be there for me. He is an amazing friend.
Three long, long weeks since Brianna left us and I miss her. I’m so lucky to have met her and to be able to call her my friend. I’m reminded of her everyday when I look at my tattoo. I wish I could relive last summer: mini-golfing, Red Robin, sitting by the fire, dinners, everything. Life won’t be the same without her. She was so strong. There is no one stronger than her. Rest in the sweetest peace, angel <33
You’re the strongest person I’ve ever known and I can’t believe you’re gone. The world is completely unfair sometimes. I am so glad I had the chance to know you because you have taught me so much about life and strength. You never gave up even when the doctors said you didn’t have a chance. You gave it your all and fought until your body was completely drained. You taught me how to never take anything or anyone for granted and to live every single day to the fullest. You had so many struggles to overcome within your short 19 years of life; more than most people have to face in a lifetime, yet you were strong through them all and fought until the very end. You were an amazing person and an even better friend, especially to Kelsey. I promise to be there for her forever, especially now when she needs me the most. I can’t believe you’re really gone. I’ll never forget you; you’ll always be in my heart. Watch over us, angel, especially your family. I love you and I miss you.
I miss him and wish i could’ve kept him, but I’m sure he will be happy in his new home. An old friend of mine from middle school rescued him, thankfully. Everyone kept telling me to bring him to a shelter, but I refused because I became too attached and I wanted to know he’s in a place where he’ll be loved and taken care of. I’m glad Alissa was able to take him in. Thanks again, Alissa, hope everything is going well with the little guy.
Aw! I'm so excited to see you following me! We went to middle school together!
I know! We were in the same sixth grade class the year that Graham Sweeney moved to Georgia. I was looking through the Girls Who Love Girls page to see if there is anyone I knew on here and I recognized you. :)