Best friend is like a sister
Best Friends Sister by R.R. Banks“Watch my sister and keep her safe.”
The brute and the novelist.
How incompatible can we be?
I can’t believe my big brother asked that caveman to watch over me.
The craziest part?
He’s a billionaire with his own football team.
Shouldn’t he have better ways to spend his time?
I for one would rather not spend my days fighting with that jerk!
But when the lines get blurred and our fights turn into burning desire.
How much longer can I keep him at bay?
When he tells me, I’ve changed him and made him a better man.
It takes everything in me not to stay by his side.
But his bad boy reputation doesn’t exactly make him an ideal family man.
With his baby on the way, I’m left wondering…
Can I really make this work with my brother’s best friend?”
When Your Best Friend Has a Hot Sister
Here’s To The Best Friends Who Feel Like Family
You are the girl I learned I could believe in, the one who was always there, always present, always someone I could trust and smile and be myself with. You are the hand I was reaching for unconsciously, the laughter bubbling up in my chest, the confidence I feel rising within me when I walk. You are the person I confide in, the body and soul I trust with all of me. You are the late nights, sharing snacks and secrets on the downstairs couch or early mornings, running before the sun rises. You are the person on the other end of the phone, listening to me cry and always knowing what to say to bring me back to myself again. We have mothers and step-fathers, sisters and half-siblings, cousins and uncles and grandmothers and foster parents and guardians and caregivers and people we learn to call ours. People who, with their simple embrace, remind us that we are loved—even in our loneliness, even in our darkest moments, even when our families fall apart.
23 Friends like Sisters Quotes
As a friend who certainly knows about you from small things to big things even though you will certainly understand very well when you need a hug. You who need a hug to shed your tears, he will surely hold you tight even though you pretend to be reluctant and say you want to be alone though. He will drag you out to solve the problem or he will be faithful for hours to be the shoulder of your back and be a listener of all your complaints. Not how long you are friends with him, not how much he knows you and vice versa, not how much your friends are. You too?
Having a friend who you can rely on, who can make you laugh, and who can read your thoughts is something that should be cherished. When you meet someone that feels like family, you know that that person was meant to come into your life and stay there for a really long time. It took me a while to realize how lucky I really am to have a person like that and I'll always treasure the bond we share. Let me start off by saying that I am so grateful to have you, even though I may not say it that often. You know how terrible I am with being vulnerable and as I write this, tears are streaming down my face because even though I've known for a long time how good to me you are, I really am grateful to have such a loving friend like you in my life.
Upon reading the title, most women would react with a gentle sigh of regard or even a smile in respect to what I am referencing here. This is not resulting in my desire to end referring to my best friend Emily as such; but more, a deeper understanding that she, like many best friends out there, is so much more than that. I do have biological sisters, and have my own relationships with them that I adore. But my adoration for Emily has always extended past blood, and also past factors like socioeconomic differences in upbringing and familial relationships. Bottom line? My best friend is my sister, and I treat her accordingly. This is not meant to come off disrespectfully; in fact, it is the complete opposite.