What does it mean of being a true friend? For people it would be being loyal, trustworthy,and being patient. All of us would want to have true friends, a friend that would be there any problem you have, a friend that would encourage you, and would never make you feel bad. Now I’m gonna tell u a time when I found who my true friends are. It was a nice and beautiful day everything was perfect , but all of that was about to change. When I found friends that I can spend time with, and have fun. My feelings couldn’t be expressed with words , but then everything change we all grow up have different interest and opinions. The people that I thought that were my real friends left and found new ones.I was blinded and couldn’t realized who my real friends are. The more I realized who my real friends, the more I realize what a real friends should be. It doesn’t matter if were different than our friends or childish or foolish, a true friend would be ready to compromised and put up with you. They would have trouble with it, but they some how still accept you. In conclusion, true friends are not only the ones who you spend time with a lot or you grew up with, because there’s other friends that’s out there that would be loyal and trustworthy..
I’m just testing this photo-publishing part.
Here’s the RCM, enjoy.
I am going to type whatever I hear that I want to write here, now.
Jessica: “I’m smart.”
David: “I don’t care if you’re smart. I gave Cat the clues.”
Jessica: “I’m smart.”
David: “I don’t care.”
Jessica: “You’re a funny person to argue with.”
–Catherine, Guest Star David(DIE.)
So I joined a War of 1812 writing contest organized by Historica Dominion of Canada (I think this is the name), no surprises, this frankly happens a lot…This is harder than I accounted it for. My idea is a collection of letters by an American (this is “Canadia”, but something from an American POV would be slightly more original?)soldier to different people throughout the war. It’s not like I have a writer’s block or something, but it’s harder if you involve opinions on actual historical figures or the deep depression of war. I’ve only tried to expressed war in this glorious, government-propaganda light before (character point-of-view,NOT personal), and I’ve had ideas about a true, albeit too-much-feels viewpoint on war before, but it’s a tad hard. Huh, but I’ll endeavour anyways. But it’s not like I’ll win the grand prize or something–have you SEEN my Stalingrad story on this blog? Now I don’t even have enough confidence to go to Stalingrad/Volgograd or Russia any more. Ruined it too much.