They're also a pain in the butt.
Especially when said friends do not know when to let go, or how to actually be a good friend in return.
I have changed a lot in the past month. Some things have come into perspective, my priorities have changed and to top it all off I am leaving in 3 weeks. Scary stuff. I am not going to see most of my high school friends for a long time. It will take work on both parties to keep in touch and perpetuate the friendship past the trials of high school.
(Disclaimer, I was going to name some people. I desperately love these people and I am good enough friends with them that I have a good idea what their motives, thoughts and feelings are. I want the best for them. I decided, code names are in order for their future social safety)
(I lied, I am not going to go into the gory details...tonight anyway)
Some of my friends just have no idea how to be a friend. IE, I'm tired of doing all the work to sustain a friendship that will probly end when I leave for college.
There is really nothing left that I can do, it is no longer in my hands. I don't really want the friendship to end, but I'm tired of investing in something with absolutely no return. It's not like this has only been going on for a month or so. I'm talking about all school year.
Sigh, all I can do now is pray and wait. Lame.