Have I ever told you how lucky I am for having incredible friends who somehow, choose to stay with me inspite of all my flaws?
They always see the good things in me. They believe that I must have a very good reason behind everything I do, even when it doesn’t always look pretty.
They are hurt, they are angry, they feel my pain everytime I’m wounded inside. Say something horrible about me, they will be the first ones who stand up for me, without being asked.
They care about me even when I don’t feel like I deserve any of that. They think of my problems as if those problems were theirs. They step up, they do something, just to make my problems go away. They really go beyond my imagination, a lot more than I ever expect from a best friend.
They have my name in their prayers, they sincerely wish nothing but the best for me, my life, and my future.
They know how cranky, grumpy, annoying, and moody I can be, but they also know that no matter how bad things go, I’ll never ever be one bad person. I’m no angel, but I’m not an evil either.
They understand I can be extremely noisy, pushy, demanding, and brutally honest, all of that just because I care. They also understand how weird and mellow and stubborn I can be, and all of that just because the way I am. It’s just the trait that has made me who I really am.
Can’t you see it now? For some reasons, they always find a way to believe in me. To forgive me. To accept me for being who I am. They help me to evolve, to be the very best of me. Not only they support me when life knocks me down, they also celebrate with me when this life raises me up. And everytime I feel so bad about myself, they constantly remind me that I am never as bad as I think I am.
They; my very best friends, make me believe that someday, a right man will come along and see me they way they see me. Treats me the way they treat me. Cares about me, fights for me, and chooses to always stay here right by my side. He will always stay, no matter what.
As my best friends always tell me all the way, “Hang on! You’ll get there, someday.”