The Three Questions Part 2
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And then it hit me. We use to be besties in elementary school! I knew I recognized her! I ask her on emore thing before thre bell rings...
Do you want to go get Frozen yogurt after school?
As me and Valentina walked into the frozen yogurt shop, we noticed Stacey and her friend making fun of a nice looking girl with a colorful outfit. I hear jeers of "Sunshine" and "Too optimistic". We watch her run outside with tears spilling down her face . We share a knowing glance, and quickly follow her.
She explains to us that Stacey and her friends have been making fun of her and that she was tired of it. And then I remembered. I used to make fun of her too. when I was friends with Stacey. She said they always called her Sunshine, and made fun of her for being too optimistic. We explain to her that she is her on person, and she should own her personality.
Polar Bear Fro-Yo
We find out her name is Daisy, and I invite her to my house to watch movies with Valentina and I. She was thrilled and agreed instantly.
Polar Bear Fro-Yo
Three things I've realized over the past few days: Sunshine is really sweet and I never should have made fun of her. Two, I wish I had never stopped being friends with Valentina. Three, Real friends, the ones you can count on, are way more important than any boy. Weeks have gone by without me even thinking about Chase or Volleyball and I've never been happier.
As I laid there with Valentina for our weekly sleepover, I realized I didn't need her to answer my questions. The most important activity is being kind, the most important time is now, and most importantly, the most important people are true friends.
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