Man, I feel like a jerk. I honestly didn't mean to come off that way, but going back and reading my comment...I shouldn't have phrased things quite that way. I'm sorry. It seems like I'm in need of a good rant myself. Maybe I'll write a song...
How true this write is. I was just in my best friends wedding last weekend and these very same thoughts were running through my head. This was very well written and very personal. Thanks for letting us read it.
Check your spelling. "Maby" is spelled MAYBE, at least the way you're using it.
And regardless of your plan to "pointlessly" rant, I know exactly how this feels. My best friend fell into the wrong crowd--heavy metal anarchist pulling stupid pranks and cussing every other word bad crowd. I can handle heavy metal and being against our current state of government--I happen to LIKE rock, and I can't stand politicians--but when the "friends" he made led him to the point that he attempted suicide and then blamed him for the trouble they'd caused--sometimes, I am amazingly ticked off. He's still alive, but he's done enough that I'm not sure I will ever trust him again--which is depressing, since he's the only real friend I've got.
I hope your story's not quite so depressing--but here's hoping you feel better, anyway.
we change. they change. it's sad really and it hurts when you feel like you're being left out because one of you're closest friends is growing in the opposite direction of you. but that's life and we all have to move on i guess. nevertheless, it's sad and we just have to deal
There's a saying by the wise men that "the only thing that is constant is change"!! Not only do "they" change, but, never forget, we change also! Nice thing is, sometimes the change brings us closer together; but, alas, sometimes it also takes others farther apart!
This is a thoughtful and contemplative write, and lets the reader see your mood as well as your thoughts! Happy holidays!