This weekend, I felt alone. I had no one to hang out with and I felt like everyone was ignoring me. I was missing people who I hadn't seen or talked to in a year or longer and wondering what happened to those friendships. I wanted to blame it all on the others. I felt like all my friendships were one way streets and I was the only one going the right way. I realized, after sending out a few messages, I was being selfish. I expected these people to always be there for me but I am have not always been there for them. I planned things around my schedule, expecting them to be there and when they weren't I would get upset. If I didn't hear back from someone I texted I would think they were ignoring me even though they were busy or not able to reply back. This is for those people who I may have hurt. I want you to know that I am gonna work on being a better friend. It is tough sometimes for us to share our feelings. Instead of these feelings being pushed back I am gonna try to talk to you about how I am feeling right away. I am hoping you will do the same. I have to remember that I am not the only one with problems and I should listen more than I talk. I love you all and I am sorry if I have hurt you. I promise to call, text or write more to see how you are doing instead of just when I want something. If I start slacking I want you to tell me! I have always thought that my best friends were my unbiological sisters. You will always be my best friends. I hope that we can share many years of memories and that our friendship will grow stronger everyday.
This is also for my best friends who I may not have been upset with but the song still stands. I also hope that our friendship will continue to grow and we don't have any "falling outs." I thank God for each and every one of you. Everytime I hear this song I think about all of you. For me, it has become "our" song. I hope you agree.
If anyone reading this has wonderful friends like I do, please share this video with them. Let them know you are there for them and you love them. Don't wait until their birthday or a holiday to let them know what they mean to you.