My Best Friend
Everyone has someone they would consider their best friend. Whether that someone is or isn’t related to them. Someone they can relate to, and/or someone they just plain get along with and/or do dumb stuff with. My best friend happens to be non-related to me, even though I consider her family. She is someone I can relate to and we have quite a few things in common. To describe her I would definitely need more than three words, but since I can only pick three I would describe her as ambitious, trustworthy, and outgoing/crazy.
She was the one to always do extremely well in high school. You would probably consider her one of the “good kids”, as she would never get in trouble or do anything “bad”. She would always get her homework done, study, and made sure she got top of the line grades. She definitely succeeded. She was ambitious in the way of not only school work, but work and her passion for what she loves to do, riding horses. She worked a decent amount of hours, making sure she paid off bills that she needed to. If there’s anything she loves most in this life, it’s riding horses. She took the best care of her horses and always made sure the horses got everything they needed. If she is ambitious about anything in life, it’s making sure she rides for the rest of it.
There is no I trust more than her. We’ve been through thick and thin and hell and back but we have always been there for each other and there is nothing more I respect than that. She has seen me at my ABSOLUTE worst when I’m belligerent drunk or completely sober and still decides to be my best friend. Even though I have seen the same with her, it means the world to me that I know I can always go to her with anything. I can confidently tell her things knowing that she won’t go run her mouth to anyone, even people that I may be close to.
I’m not sure where to start on how to explain how she’s outgoing/crazy. She used to be shy but is definitely not as shy now as...
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