The Only Exeption
Author: Hannah Rumson

Chapter 4
DownHill...

However all good things come to an end... and this was one of the most heartbreaking things to happen to me yet. The end of our friendship was one of the worst- it all started with a lie. One lie could start whole arguments which went on for weeks, until everyone told me to give up on her, on us. That was when it really hit me hard. The thought of not ever talking to her. What made it the most daunting was the fact that I was to see her every day for the next 3 years at school. Because we were best friends, we had the same friends and so now everyday we have to see each other. I never thought i would say it but *#Awkward*.
It has been nearly a year now. We have actually said a couple of sentences to each other and can look at each other. We are not what you would call ďfriendsĒ but at least we can be together without lots of awkwardness. Even now I still reflect on what actually happened. But it was a year ago; there is no clear memory of it. There are 3 stories to the event- Hers, mine and the truth. And none to be restored again.
I have found it very difficult to move on and become best friends with anyone since then. This is because I now struggle to trust people. I know itís not their fault and itís stupid of me. But itís just something which sticks in my head. I try, I do but I just canít. There are some people in my life right now though, they are strong and are helping me to get through life. At times I think to myself if I could ever have more than 1 exception, but I never can think of an answer. I am just happy to have them with me.

 

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