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My Friend Sarah

In 2016 at the Hospital I was introduced to Sarah. When I was introduced to Sarah I was happy and knew I had met a nice girl who would soon be my friend. I was shy round Sarah and didn't talk to her. So she put her mobile phone number into my phone so I could text her and tell her what I wanted. I would have liked to have spoken to her instead of texting her but I knew it wouldn't happen. Soon I was learning to do circus tricks with Sarah and soon Sarah and me were learning tricks to do with the Diabolo. Sarah and me did tricks with the Diabolo in the circus show.

Sarah was very patient with me and didn't pressure me into talking to her. I left voice messages on her mobile. One day I was going to leave her a voice message but was shocked when she answered the phone. I said a few words to her then and over the next few weeks I got more confident and managed to talk to her more on the phone and one day when we went shopping I managed to talk to her face to face.

I have knowing Sarah for over a year now and I can now talk to her easily. Sarah and me go bowling, go to the cinema, go shopping, go to each others house and once we went to the lake in Debenham to have a picnic.

I like Sarah because she is fun and nice and kind and friendly and helpful.

Making friends is hard!

Friends and relationships are an important part of growing up. As you get older our relationships with people grow and we can choose the people we spend time with. There will be some people that you like more than others and some who you don’t like at all – it‘s your choice!

Friends are important part of life and develop over time. Friends are there to share good times, bad times, offer support, advice and have lots of laughs and fun with too!

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