My Best Friend

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“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring”- Marilyn Monroe “I’ve got to go. I’m going to miss everybody”, I said to my best friend, who I thought I might not ever see or talk to again. I knew I was being kind of dramatic about it, I mean other people get separated at a much greater distance than us, but for me, it was kind of a big deal. When my family was told that we had to move out of our apartment my mom and stepdad decided that we were to move to West Union, where my stepfather worked. At the time I was devastated that we were leaving, and though I was still upset about it I finally accepted the fact that it was happening. I tried to look on the bright side, but nothing bright came to mind. All that I thought of was abandoning my friends, like Lindsay. It’s funny that her first impression of me was, “Nope. Not going to be friends with her.” Yet we turned out to be best friends and now I must say farewell. Even if I was only 20 minutes away I had a feeling that our friendship, in general, would be lost, though I was most likely to visit her than my other friends in Postville. I…show more content…
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