To My Ex Best Friend

To My Ex-Best Friend,

I wonder if you still think about me as much as I think of you. I find myself thinking about when we first became friends. It was shortly after my Aunt had died and you allowed me to smile again. You were there for me through so many hard times. You have been there to laugh with me, cry with me, or even just sit in silence with you.

You taught me so much in life, that I don’t think you even know. You taught me the value of true friendship, the treatment of others, and things I didn’t realize until our friendship came to an end. I found peace, comfort, love and laughter not just with you, but your family and in your home. My teen years were spent talking to you and dreaming with you of our future and families.

Those times of us getting married and raising our kids together is now a long lost fantasy. We have our separate lives that I know nothing about. What’s new? Anything exciting? I guess I won’t know. I don’t where we went wrong and am curious to if I’m the one to blame.

It’s hard for me. To think about our friendship. Knowing how happy we were together and not knowing that one day it would all come to a sudden end. I wish I could go back to those times, just to relive it all over again.

You deserve all the best in life and I hope you’re doing well. I hope your friendships and relationships cherish you the way I still do. I hope they don’t take your friendship for granted the way that I once had.

Take care and know you will always have a special place inside my heart.

Author: Mels Life

Sharing life's up's and down's and everything in between. From family to favorite products and my highest recommendations.

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