BFFs

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It’s hard to find true friendship. Becoming best friends with another person is a really meaningful thing. For example, Julianna Andrade & Sabina Garcia keep the great friendship and connection even though they are so different from one another.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“well we are both so different but at the same time alike, Sabina and I complement each other, “ Andrade, 12, said.

Andrade said that they have been friends for a long time ago.

“we’ve known each other since 5th grade and by the years we have grown closer to each other. It’s been about 8 years of friendship,” Andrade, 12 said.

Andrade said that they sometimes fight about things but they know how to fix those problems.

“ we don’t fight often but when we do we just ignore each other until we’re ready to talk about it,” Andrade, 12 said.

Andrade said that she sees herself with Sabina in the future, and have many things plan.

“yes, we have many plans for our future,”

Andrade believes that this friendship will last because they are always together.

“I hope this last because we are inseparable,” Andrade 12, said.

 

Karla Arreola & Idaly De Anda are also a great example of a great friendship and here is their love story.

Karla Arreola said that this friendship keeps going because they are always together especially in soccer.

“the way we think and also can be the fact that we both play soccer inside and outside the school and is what keeps us together,” Arreola, 12 said.

Arreola says that they have been best friends since freshman year.

“ since freshman year, I remember we didn’t like each other, and then we had friends in common that made us talk to each other and become best friends,” Arreola, 12 said.

Arreola says that they have argues and fights just like any other couple.

“ we argue about many things because sometimes we think differently, but in the end, we finish fixing everything,” Arreola, 12 said.

Arreola says that this friendship has been strong for everything they have gone through.

“yes, I think our friendship has gone through many things and I think that made it stronger and durable,” Arreola, 12 said.

Arreola says that she sees herself with Idaly in the future because they are inseparable.

“yes, I think our friendship has gone through many things and I think that made it stronger and durable,” Arreola, 12 said.

 

Maleny Barba, 11 and Laysha Diego,11 are best friends that were united by the love of sports.

“We started being friends in eighth grade, but we started being best friends and be close in our sophomore year in Cheerleader.” Barba, 11 said.

Barba says that cheer is what made them get closer.

“I think cheer is what keeps us together because we always spend time together, whenever we have inside jokes and whenever we tell them, and we know each other a lot,” Barba, 11 said.

Barba says that they do have a lot of arguments and disagreements on each other.

“YEAH, we do fight a lot, we always have discussions because sometimes we don’t agree with each other, but we end up fixing it, always,” Barba, 11 said.

Barba says that she sees herself with Laysha after high school.

“Yes I do see myself with her after high school because she knows where I live and I know where she lives, and we’re always hanging around,” Barba, 11 said.

Barba believes that this friendship will last because she sees Laysha as her best friend and ride or die forever.

“Yes because I really appreciate her and the things she has done for me, and I just know I have a friend,” Barba, 11 said.

 

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Raul & Ever

Raul Lopez and Ever Rodriguez are always hanging out they really have a strong bond, they are really good friends with each other, almost like family.

“I met Ever when I was Pre-K but only started talking to him in 6th grade,” Raul said. They’ve known each other since elementary school, but only started talking and hanging out with each other in middle school. They started talking to each other when they started getting the same classes together in middle school, when they had almost every period together. They had classes with each other since 6th grade and since then started making memories with each other. “I rarely get to see his parents but i guess I have a good relationship with them,” Lopez said. He claims that even if he doesn’t speak that much to his parents, he gets along with them.

“I really don’t know, but if I had to choose a memory it would be when we went to eat at the Grand China Buffet,” Ever Rodriguez said. He states how one favorite memory together with Raul is when they went to eat together at a buffet just because they were hungry and bored. “We don’t hang out after school anymore like we used to, but we do in lunch and hang out or go to the store.”