Okay, this has to start from the beginning so you guys understand it better, this might be kinda long so brace yourself PI girls.
Later, when I moved back to the district. During summers she always came around to mine and was apart of my family’s activities. There from 8am, left at 6pm. We texted through the year but she would always start conversation. Going into our third year of secondary school, she told me that she didn’t like her school. I told her to transfer to mine- we thought it would be easy- her mum disagreed and said that the school she attended was “good enough for her sisters so it was good enough for her.” I tld my dad to say something but he told me that some parents have different see some things as being more important than others and that there was nothing that he or I could do. After this my friend and I started to lose contact.
The end of fifth year arrived and she didn’t do well in her exams apart from history. Over the years whilst talking, I found out that she has this fascination with ancient history; the Greeks; the Romans and the Egyptians just enthralled her. She wanted to become a History teacher. I told her to apply to sixth form, that she might get lucky and get a space on the history course perhaps even English too (she’d have to also retake the key subjects from the fifth year exams in the sixth year) but she said that she didn’t want that dream anymore. She said that she wanted to take makeup studies at the local college like her sister did.
|September 5, 2015 at 20:24|
It’s great that you want to reconnect with your friend! It sounds like you two haven’t talked much lately, so it’s probably best to focus on hanging out with and getting to know your friend again. Since you don’t know much about your friend’s current desires, dreams, or beliefs, it wouldn’t be a good idea to start out by trying to influence or change what you think they are. Start by getting to know the person your friend is now.
|September 7, 2015 at 16:30|
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