The past few days I've done a lot of hard thinking about what
happened last week. I want you to know that everything that I'm about to say is
coming from the bottom of my heart. I know that it will be very difficult for
you to accept my apology, but I want you to think about our friendship as well.
First off I have acted in a most disrespectful way towards
you lately. I have no excuse for this. I was angry and hurt by something you had
nothing to do with.
The main reason I decided to write you this letter is because
our friendship is too valuable to lose over a silly argument. I feel that I
could have handled the situation in a better way, but quite frankly, the way you
ran away from me, you never gave me a chance to speak. I hope this letter will
give us both a chance to understand one another better.
I admit that I was wrong for telling you that you were dumb,
but the reason for that is I did not agree with what you were saying. I should
never have insulted you in this way. I guess I am just a loud mouth at times. I
am not good at communicating with girls. I am really sorry for calling you that.
I had no right to do this. I want you to know that I am very sorry and this is a
special letter from me to you, saying that I need you back as a friend!
We have had a lot of really good times together. Beginning in
grade primary when you buttoned my coat for me when I couldn't! Then in grade
three I will never forget how you always shared your sandwich with me when I
forgot my lunch at home. I know, I know, I am so forgetful! I have cherished our
competition every step of the way. Although, I did leave you win a few! Not! You
have always encouraged me to do better and have been there when I needed things
explained to me. You are such a Math whiz! I think that's why I envy you and
sometimes my envy makes me say things that are definitely not true. You are
really smart. I lot smarter than I am.
Friends like us need to stick together. We need to stay
united against the bullies in the school.
I know your friends are also curious as to why we haven't been hanging out
together. I have to admit they are being a bit catty about the whole thing. I
can't walk out of class without someone yelling, "Where's Felicia? Still
friends? Ahh, she's not your friend anymore? Poor David! Such a loser."
It's getting really
miserable to come to school. I'm sure you're feeling the same too. We don't even
have to hang around each other all that much, if you don't want to.
Let's just be friends
sometimes and end this craziness that is going on.
Please write me back.
Hoping you'll forgive,