I Made My Friend Cry

I made my friend cry.

I’m not a horrible person

And I didn’t do anything bad.

I am just lucky

To have damn good friends.

cry

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45 thoughts on “I Made My Friend Cry

  1. 1jaded1 says:

    Tears of happiness?

  2. Aishwarya says:

    I made my friend cry too. I’m leaving the country to go study somewhere else! And he will be left behind, in the same place…with the same memories. He cried, I cried…but I’m not a horrible person either. And I didn’t do anything bad….

  3. Paul says:

    Good friends are important and rare – you are lucky. πŸ™‚

  4. You do have good friends Colleen!

  5. ksbeth says:

    lucky for both of you to have each other )

  6. I’m with ksbeth. Good on you, Colleen. ❀ ❀ ❀

  7. Friends understand xx

  8. goldenbrodie says:

    It happens. No bad.

  9. Crying can come from love, honesty, and not from an intent to hurt. Tears can be therapeutic, helpful, and needed… Your heart speaks well for your intentions. ❀

  10. Angie says:

    You are lucky Colleen. Not many people are lucky enough to have a friend who will cry over something they have done or said. If I had the time left, or the energy, I would envy you for a little while.

  11. I can’t find the comment button on ‘impact’ your next post. Am I going dotty? Crying is cleansing and soul binding and sad of course. It is humaness.

  12. Debra says:

    I’ve made a good friend cry before. Not happy tears. It’s a really good friendship when the friendship bounces back after that!

  13. True friendship it is Colleen. One will do for me…

  14. You know what, I love having those friends–the ones who tell you like it is, even when it’s hard to hear. That’s truly the sign of a good friend.

  15. niaaeryn says:

    Sometimes we need to cry and have a hard time doing it. You are a good friend as it is hard to do on both ends.

  16. In my folly I have made myself cry too.

  17. Meritings says:

    This is nice in so many ways!

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