23 May 2011 40 Comments
Whether it’s in real life or found on the big screen or between the pages of a favorite book, we need best friends.
Anyone who’s been through either good or difficult times can appreciate the steadfast friend who remains at your side.
As a writer, I can’t imagine having a main character without the benefit of a best friend. Sometimes they provide comic relief or that voice of reason. Whether that best friend is quirky, serious or just sweetly loyal, I love best friends! Love, love, love ‘em!
Where would Lucy be without her Ethel? Probably not in as much trouble, but, come on, where’s the fun in that? Can you even picture Fred Flinstone without Barney Rubble? Or Spongebob without Patrick.
There are, of course, the stories with best friends that have you reaching for your tissue box. Beaches. Bridge to Terabithia. My Girl. Fried Green Tomatoes. Charlotte’s Web. Those are the stories that make you want a best friend just like the one you read or saw—even though…
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