Shattered Rainbows (pt 8) Bad Day Challenge

I remember how I couldn’t stop crying, and Mom knew why. After all, she had heard all about how Julie was considering going to Oscar’s, and she understood why it would be able to offer so much to Julie. Mom told me that now our friendship could blossem freely. True, we didn’t talk very much at school, but still. It’s not like anyone else would’ve objected to our friendship. And if so, then to hell with them!
None of my friends would’ve understood how much losting Julie could hurt me, just like how they couldn’t understand me seeing a theripist. When I really think about it, I know that I am not overestimating Julie or underestimating my ability and capability to stand on my own.

Friends forever…friends forever…friends forever… a part of me whispered. Why did fate have to be so bloody cruel? After all, I had already lost my grandfather, who meant more to me than all of my friends put together. It was only a matter of time before I lost someone else whom I also held dear.

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