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Losing someone who cannot be replaced by anyone else is harder that losing millions of dollars I have been affected by my experiences learning to overcome all of the hard times finding that there are things that cannot be forgotten and gaining knowledge about the uniqueness of a friendship When my best friend died in a car accident my life changed completely I did not know it would be so hard to overcome the feeling that she left with me We were friends no just regular friends but best friends We would do everything together such as play softball go horseback riding and cut school and throw a party on Monday We had the best time together but unfotunatley life took all that from me Sometimes I ask myself why it had to be her my best friend the person I trusted with everything She was a friend who will always be in my heart It was the night of September 18 1999 I will never forget that night I got a phone call from her cousin Why are you crying i asked You might want to sit down she said She stopped talking I did not know what was going on Nikki died she said I didnt believe her i thought she was trying to play some sick joke on me then i realized she wasnt joking i started crying and could not stop we talked about what had happened and kept asking ourselves if only this would had happened things would be different that moment was followed by a joke about all the times wer had had together in order to make us laugh and make our emotions go away after we stopped telling jokes i could not control myself anymore the tears fell down my face i didnt talk i just went crazy and started screaming but i did not say a word i didnt know what to do she was the
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