Love Languages : What Makes A Special Thing? Essay
Having that one friend you can count on no matter what is a special thing, that not everyone is fortunate enough to experience. Abby and me have been friends since my freshman year, and have a strong affinity for each other. We met in gymnastics, and instantly clicked. We have been inseparable since. Our friendship isn’t perfect, we have dialectal conflict just like anyone else, but we will always fight to overcome it. The fact that we share three of the same love languages, has helped our friendship grow.
I met Abby the summer before my freshman year of high school. I walked into the gym, knowing most of the girls because I had been on a team with them in the past, but I didn’t know the blonde girl with the big blue eyes. It took a couple of weeks until I finally talked to her. It turned out that we only live two minutes away from each other, and we had more in common than either of us would have ever expected. After summer gymnastics ended, we didn’t talk much until the season started. Once season started, our friendship truly blossomed. We hung out a lot, and we had lots of pointless study dates. Ever since then, we have been inseparable.
One of the many strange things about our friendship is that we share three love languages; quality time, physical touch, and words of affirmation. For Abby and I, we don’t have to go do something special to make our day fun, simply just watching and friends and laughing so hard we cry is the best thing in the world. We…