You have some nerve to say this over the internet and not directly to my face. The reason why I hung out with the upperclassmen when I was a freshman is because I had known them three years prior to entering high school. I also went on a trip with them to New York where I became close with them, so excuse me for having friends that aren’t my age. For your information, I did have friends my own age and did talk to them. Ask Emily Andre. Her and I have been close since freshman year, and I’m pretty sure I’ve never left her or Angela or Brian on the back burner. When those seniors left, of course I got closer with the people in my grades. I never had a problem with them before, but those seniors were some of my best friends.
My other friends realized how much of a bitch I am, huh? It has nothing to do with the fact that all of us are leading different lives? Music has taken precedence over my social life many times. Not all the time, but many times. Because of this, I rarely see my friends at all. I have been there with the kids in my grade in band the whole time. Whether you realized that or not isn’t my problem. I’ve told my friends several times that if they need to tell me something, that they can tell me.
Being a great flute player is what I’ve dedicated my life to, but it’s certainly not the only thing I care about. I evaluate how I treat people all the time. But I’m also human. I make mistakes. And so do you. I’m sorry that you and I used to talk and used to be friends and now we’re not. I’m not trying to entirely remove the blame from myself, but is it ALL my fault? Last time I checked, you haven’t done much to mend our broken friendship, either.