Coincidence of Friendship and Family

Some things happen coincidentally but others are pure luck of true destiny. This is definitely one of those moments in this friendship. That very morning Ada and her family were called to the hospital. Not because they were sick but because Ada’s cousin was about to be born.

The crazy part was that very day was Dev’s birthday! How is that even possible!? Friends who just met and having a cousin born on her friend’s birthday the week they met. Crazy. Was it a coincidence or a struck of pure destiny. Only destiny will know.

Soon the baby boy was born. Ada choose to go back to school since her friend Dev was there. Plus Ada could not miss Devs birthday! When Ada arrived at school, she told Dev all about the crazy and amazing “coincidence.”

That day was full of exciting talk. About dreams, destiny, babies, birthdays, and well MLP. That day was very exciting for Dev and Ada. Since it was Dev’s birthday and Ada’s cousin was born.

Friendship Lesson; Accept the things that happen in life. They may seem like bad things to you but they are gifts in disguise. The wrapping paper may not look so great but the gift sure is grand. Accept your destiny. Accept the consequences in life. Many people try to say that there is no magic, no happiness. But there is always the magic of friendship inside you.

Joke/funny Friendship Lesson: things happen for no apparent reason so we call it destiny.


The Second Day Of The New Found Friendship. Don’t Confide To The Norms.

The second day was just as exciting as the first. We got to explore and learn about each other. We also met some more people like Ama, who had the biggest obsessions over k-pop. She was also secretly a fan of MLP. Yet, it was considered babyish to like MLP.

One thing that is interesting is everyone seems to be a SECRET My Little Pony fan. It’s like they are embarrassed about it. Don’t be embarrassed about the things you like. Don’t think about what other people think, because if you confide to the norms you will never find the right friends. 

Ama mainly hung out with Ava but she would talk to us every once and awhile. We where like the friends who would sit next to each other but not during lunch.

One time Ama, Dev, and Ada went into the cafeteria singing as loud as they can the song from the Canterlot wedding. Even though people stared at us, we could all see them secretly holding back a smile.

Athena and Dev, usually hung out together during lunch, they also realized that they were both obsessed with rain! Ada told Dev about her vacation to Costa Rica. She also explained that Costa Rica had lots of rain. 

The two then sat on the hill during lunch, and started planning out their future tree house which would be located in Costa Rica. Ada and Dev loved rain and treehouses. So a secret treehouse in Costa Rica seemed like the best thing in the world.

Dev made sure that they were next to the 8th grade boys who she thought were cute. Soon it was time to go back inside. The day was almost over. So since they weren’t in the classroom they decided to sneak in some MLP episodes. 

They spent the last few minutes of the day watch MLP episode. Then it was time to go home. They were both excited for tomorrow, since it was Dev’s birthday. But little did they know it was not only Devs birthday that faithful tomorrow.

Friendship Lesson: Don’t be embarrassed about the things you like. Don’t think about what other people think, because if you confide to the norms you will never find the right friends.

The First Day

The First Day we met was something out of a “fairytale.” We were sitting at a table in the 8th grade class. (We were 7th graders but since we were the only ones who didn’t go to 7th grade camp we got to hang out with the 8th grade class.) There were only about six 7th grade kids sitting at one table.

We all quietly talked (Aka: gossiped) while the 8th grade class did there lesson. Dev, has a slight crush on one of the 8th grade boys, so every 5 seconds she would just look up, and stare at him. Ada didn’t really notice Dev’s slight obsession.

Ada and Dev also began talking to a girl named Ava. Ava was a nice person but she was also like a rebel. Ava liked “Harry Potter” even though Ada and Dev couldn’t stand that book/movie. I mean, the CGE effects were terrible, and Harry Potter had such a punchable face!

Anyway back to the point. Ada and Dev had only met for an hour or so but it was clear that they would be lifelong friends.

They had so much in common. But every friend has some differences. But each of them enjoyed the others opinion. (Most of the time)

As for Ava, well, I guess she thought that they were too, childish and immature for her level, so she just hung out with other kids. Even though Ava said we were childish, and annoying she still hung out with us most of the time — and it makes sense why. We were the perfect combination of mature, immature, way to smart for our age, happy, overachievers, lighthearted, braggers, smilers, showoffs, funny, fun, big dreamers, appreciative, kind-hearted, and more. But, she didn’t mind. I mean, we are pretty awesome!!!!

We continued talking and hanging out. Soon it was time for lunch. Ada got her usual giant pretzel and baked hot Cheetos. While Dev had her usual grilled sandwich.

They continued to talk about MLP. Ada’s favorite character was Luna. While Dev’s favored character was Princess Cadence. The princesses are the best part of MLP. Yes, even better than the Mane 6 themselves. They also talked about which MLP character they would be. Ada was obviously (100%) Twilight Sparkle. While Dev was harder to place. We came upon the idea that Dev was like Rainbow Dash or Rarity.

Anyway, we soon were sent back into class. Dev then told Ada that her birthday was in three days. Ada and Dev soon made a joke saying that “You will have two birthdays in 8th grade.” They both laughed, enjoying the thought. (Little did they know, Dev was going to share a birthday with Ada’s cousin but that story is from another time) They continued to talk.

They were so excited for tomorrow, to go to school and see each other again. Which was a surprise since Ada and Dev both despised school as much as any other kid did. Reluctantly they went their separate ways. They were both Excited for the next day to commence.

Friendship Lesson; Take chances. Don’t be afraid to meet new people. Get out of your comfort zone.

The Crazy Way These Two Friends Met,Will Shock You Senseless.

Meeting each other was simply glorious luck. So many things had to happen for us to meet. Our parents had to move from different countries, different states, and much more. From the east coast to the west, we have traveled far, but our friendship stays strong. Us meeting may have been a coincidence or the universe making the perfect match of friends. This is how we met and the seven year long gap.

Surprisingly we first met in first grade. But we never really talked. Then we both moved schools. Ada changed schools probably four times. While Dev went to two different schools. But surprisingly the two lost acquaintances met again in 7th grade.

They would never have met if it wasn’t for the awful 7th grade camp. Neither Dev nor Ada wanted to go.

Ada had gone to the camp in 6th grade and she got super homesick. To the point where she lost ten pounds and refused to eat or drink till she got home. Her strike (Aka; she learned it from Gandhi) got them to send her home.

However, the news came that she was moving to a different school. And there was another camp! Obviously she was not going to go again. So she had to join the 8th grade class and just hang out. That is were she met… DEV.

Dev was one of the only NICE 7th graders sitting at the table. Soon Ada (The other only nice person at the table) started talking. We soon realized we had a lot in common. Like our love for the T.V show “My Little Pony.” (That show is probably were we learned how to be such amazing friends.)

Since we were the only 7th graders. We spent all of our time together. Getting to know each other better and better. In no time at all we became the best of friends. This is the beginning of our story…