Froggy And Ballie Research Paper

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“I’ll be Froggy and you can be Ballie,” my best friend, Jillian Creighton told me. Six years ago, the two of us had sat in her living room, holding two items. Eight-year-old Jillian was holding an oven mitt that looked like a frog, and I was holding a colorful beach ball. We began to film ourselves, creating movies together: “The Adventures of Froggy and Ballie!” To this day, we still talk about these silly videos.
Jillian and I have been best friends since the second grade, and share many fun memories with each other. She and I have very similar likes and dislikes which we often joke about together. Many people have asked us if we are sisters and, in unison, we usually answer yes.
I admire Jillian’s loyalty very much. If I need someone to talk to, I know that I can go to her because she won't tell anyone else. Trusting people is very difficult for me, and Jillian is one of the very few people that I trust. She has never told
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She also has a passion for singing. Her love and knowledge for music is inspiring and makes her a better friend.
Jillian is one of the smartest people I know. She works hard and pushes me to do the best I can. If I need help on a homework assignment, I go to her to because she’s very good at explaining things. Jillian has a way with words, and seems to always know what to say. This is also why I go to her for advice. Whenever I talk to her, I feel better. Jillian has been my best friend for about seven years, and I value our friendship greatly. I can say for sure that Jillian and I will remain friends for the rest of our lives. The most important thing that she taught me is that no matter how horrible things get, it will eventually get better. Jillian is always there to offer optimism (and pessimism, if needed). She has also taught me to stick to my beliefs. She supports me no matter who I am, and that’s something every friendship should

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