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Friendship is a beautiful thing

06 Feb

It seems like bonds with people can be one of the most important things in the world, at least in my eyes that is true. My ties with my friends are very strong, they keep me intact, pick me up from the depths of depression, but most importantly they make me happy. In my life I tend to go through such turbulent times and even when times are bad, my friends always make things better and it feels so good to know that there are around. Like it says in the title of this blog post, friendship is a beautiful thing, it makes you smile and you get all warm and fuzzy inside when you’re sharing your friendship with someone really important. When you have a great friend you love to be in their company, you always like to communicate with them, you like to meet up and hang out and when you hang out you never want the fun times to end, especially in the summer time when the days are long and the memories last a lifetime. I’ve experienced some of those summers myself, hanging with friends on those sunny days or those funny party nights out, creating unforgettable memories through my childhood and teenage years. I love my friends, they’re beautiful.

While I have always known this to be true about all of my friends, most of this stuff I have started to think about recently due to my hang time with my best friend Chris on Sunday, our hang time is always great and that night after we came from the cinema we headed back to the train station where he was gonna head off. And there happened to be a point where we couldn’t leave each other, we couldn’t just say goodbye because it didn’t feel right, our friendship bond wouldn’t allow us to leave because we enjoy each others company too much. It was at that moment I realised how powerful a friendship is and how beautiful it can be. Sure in a way our situation could be just interpreted as weird, but I found it kind of emotional and meaningful. We even started talking about the length of our friendship so far and how we would have been super MCM London Expo veterans by next year as it would have been 5 years since we started going in May 2008. We’ve been friends for just over 4 years now, soon to be 5 years when September comes around, but it feels like its been so much longer than that. I think its incredible that this bond between us has only gotten stronger since meeting each other in college back in 2007, he’s like one of the most awesome people ever in life. We’re absurdly similar, but obviously with our own differences too. But I find our friendship so fascinating, how it continues to evolve and be in such a lovely place in time. Our high fives are awesome, our quoting is legendary and our hugs are so meaningful. πŸ™‚

So in the end I just wanted to tell you about how much I love my best friend and how much I love the way in which friendship can make your life feel so much better πŸ˜€

 

 

 

 

 
4 Comments

Posted by on February 6, 2012 in Life

 

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4 responses to “Friendship is a beautiful thing

  1. Matt Stewart

    February 7, 2012 at 7:41 am

    Agreed, friendship does make life so much better. As a Christian, I would actually say the bonds we form with other people IS the most important thing in life.

    Thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

     
    • hypersonic55

      February 7, 2012 at 2:53 pm

      Thanks for commenting yo and yes I completely agree with you on that one πŸ˜€

       
  2. Touka.

    February 9, 2012 at 5:30 pm

    Aw, this was an absolute delight to read. Friendship is a beautiful thing, and our friendship seems to be forever blossoming. We have a mutual connection on so many levels and it does indeed feel like I have known you far longer than four years. Much, much, much longer in fact. As cheesy or weird as this may sound, I’m glad I have you in my life. Thanks for the good times, man. Let them continue forevermore.

     

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