What it’s Like To Lose A Friend

It was a normal Friday last week. Everyone was at the popular bar for happy hour and things seemed so great. I ran into my friend Alexa and we were talking about how excited we were to possibly live together next year. She ended up staying with my group of friends (which she was friends with too) and we all hung out and talked. Little did I know, she would die later on in the night and this would be the last conversation we’d ever have. It’s very strange to be talking to someone one minute and finding out their dead the next. It’s quite honestly the worst feeling in the world. You never think that experience would happen to you. I feel so guilty like there was something I could’ve done, but there wasn’t. I wish that I could go back to that night and have it end differently. Although I was just starting to get friendly with her, it felt like I lost a piece of my heart. It is such a tragedy but at least she’s at peace. I’m so grateful I got to know her and we would have made a lot of great memories. Rest In Peace sweet girl. The photo above was taken the night she died, she’s on the left.


8 thoughts on “What it’s Like To Lose A Friend

  1. I’m so sorry for your loss, sweetie.
    I can relate, and sympathise, I’ve lost two of my best friends. It is absolutely heartbreaking, and hurts an unexplainable amount. But she would be so proud of you, and of how strong you are being. Sending you so much love. 💛💛

  2. So many amazing and young souls are dying suddenly and definitely unexpectedly (like care accidents) just a few months into this year and seeing this honestly terrifies me. Maybe I’m looking at it all through the wrong lens but I don’t know

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