MY FRIENDS & SIGNIFICANT OTHER "A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out." A good friend is like the sun on a cold day.
“Even though we've changed and we're all finding our own place in the world, we all know that when the tears fall or the smile spreads across our face, we'll come to each other because no matter where this crazy world takes us, nothing will ever change so much to the point where we're not all still friends.” FRIENDS & BEN :)
Ashlee Orick Ashlee is a senior here at Gray Stone. Her and I met last year during Volleyball season. We are now great friends. We are both really tall and great middle hitters. We’ve been friends for two or three years now. Ashlee is really funny and can always make you laugh. Ashlee and I also think my mom has a nice chestal area.
BrOoKeHaRwArD Brooke is also a senior at Gray Stone. I have also known Brooke since Freshman year but this year we have talked a lot more and become really good friends. Brooke loves cows and she has men stashed at every school we go to. The relationship between Brooke and I is important to me because she is very easy to talk to and can keep a secret. She is also very nice and a lot of fun to be around.
I met Hanna a long time ago. We were about 10 years old and met in Girl scout camp. We both hated it and immediatley became friends. Then we saw each other again in High School and became friends again. Hanna is a very unique person. She can be very funny. She also likes to get Herself, Abbie Goodman and I lost in the woods on Halloween. Hanna and I have been good friends since freshman year but we met when we were ten over the hate of Girl Scout camp. Hanna Eudy
I met Karlen Lambert when she came to Gray Stone and tried out for volleyball. At first I was a little wary of Karlen because she came to tryouts late. But then we got to know each other and became close friends. We were always cutting up in class and getting in trouble. My relationship with Karlen is important because we always have fun together and have been good friends for a long time. Karlen also likes to skip Girl Scouts. Karlen Lambert
Ben is a junior at SSHS. He plays football and runs track. Ben and I went to middle school together and dated in the eighth grade. But we met again in tenth grade over facebook. We talked everyday over Christmas break until two or three in the morning. The on January second we went to the movies and on January ninth we hung out at my house. Then he broke a chair. When we were taking him home he asked me out on his front steps and I said yes. We have been dating nine months now. The relationship between Ben and I is important to me because Ben has a great personality and I love hanging out with him Ben Abernathy
Rachel is a senior at Gray Stone. Rachel and I attend the same church and became friends through church. Rachel is hilarious. She can always make anybody laugh no matter what type of mood they are in. She has such a huge personality. We play volleyball together and are always making fun of each other on the court. Rachel’s relationship with me is important because Rachel and I are a lot alike and can relate to each other in more ways than one. For example, Rachel, Ashlee and I are all in the BBC Rachel Chambers
Cat as we all call her, is a sophmore. She is also Brooke’s younger sister. Cat is fiery and a pistol. She is also a great setter. Catherine and I met last year when she came to Gray Stone and then she played Varsity basketball with me. Catherine can make you laugh and will give you a piece of her mind if you ask for it. The relationship between Cat and I is important because she is herself all the time and she is also there when you need her. CATHERINE HARWARD
Abbie Goodman is a senior at Gray Stone who I play volleyball and Basketball with. I met Abbie my freshman year and we have been friends since then. Abbie, Hanna, and I have all lost in the mountains and almost got attacked by a crazy pony. Abbie is really sweet and goofy. The relationship I have with Abbie is important because she is really nice and a good friend. Abbie Goodman