My whole life I believed that everyone I met would stay with me. I thought that there would never be any arguments between me and them, which means there would be no reason to forgive them. When I meant this one girl, my whole perspective on friends changed. Ever since 6th grade, Kali and I were the best of friends. We had sleepovers all the time, we were over each other's houses every weekend, and were always hanging out. We had so many inside jokes and were always together, in and out of school. We had small arguments about stupid little things, but they would be forgotten 5 minutes later. During the summer, however, everything changed.
Over the 3 months we had of summer break, Kali started ignoring me, only talking to me when we were alone, and it puzzled me. Out of nowhere, she became friends with Hayley, who, I believe, did not like me. I noticed that she was starting to ignore me more and more, like at the pool club and on social media. At the pool club, I would go up to talk to her, but she would ignore me and continue talking to whoever she was with (usually Hayley). On social media, she would post something kinda rude, and I would ask her who she was talking about, but she never answered me. I started to realized that she was probably talking about me. She was always hanging out with Hayley, and hardly hanging out with me, or anyone else. So I, not on purpose, started getting closer to Lily, the girl that she did not like.
As time went on, me and Kali started growing more and more apart, and Lily and I started getting closer and closer. This is when I realized that things were probably going to change. By the time school came around in September, we barely talked at all. Kali didn't sit with me at lunch anymore, and she basically only talked to me in class when it was necessary. As she was now best friends with Hayley and always hanging out with her, me and Lily became best friends and were always hanging out.