I speak about three important people in my life quite frequently on my blog so I thought that I would give them the chance to talk. These three people are my mum, best friend, and boyfriend. They are all my best friends in different ways so I thought I would ask them some questions.
The relationship between a mother and her daughter is very precious. You share her love and warmth as soon as you are inside her. They are the first imporant person in your life. Each moment you grow, is a moment that makes your mother love you even more. There are many habits that I pick up from my mum like where the glasses and mugs should go in the cupboard to thinking things are hilarious and bursting out into a laughing fit.
My mum will still make sure I’ve eaten breakfast and tea at the age of 22 and she’ll tell me to take a paracetamol as soon as a migraine or other pain in my body comes my way. I like that a lot of people are telling me that I’m starting to look like my mum as I have grown from a girl to a woman.
Don’t worry dad, I’ll always have those Bolger eyes.
Faye is my best friend which I met in high school. Over the past ten years, we have got to know each other inside and out. She knows when I need to scream at something which has annoyed me to her wanting to scream at me when I’m worrying too much. She’s absolutely crazy and I love her for it. She’s different to all of my other friends that I’ve ever met because she holds a lot of strength on the outside when something can be killing her inside.
But like me, we both know that we need to buck up and smile at times like those. I think we tend to frustrate each other at times and how silly we sound when we tell our thoughts out loud.
Faye has one of the biggest hearts and is the kindest and most thoughtful girl I know.
It’s Danny Guy! Both my friends and I would always call him by his full name. As he was someone who attended the same primary school as me, the year above, it’s how I always knew him. The day I met up with him and a guy out of my year when our primary school was closing down before it became a Tesco, I thought to myself, “Whoa, I’m here with Danny Guy.”
We began to know each other more since college which is something we discussed that very day because he was telling what it’s like to study A-levels. We would text each other hours on end. He made me laugh. He would give me compliments. And he was always there. But there came a day where we wasn’t in contact for a year. We both had our experiences away from each other but we found our way back to each other.
I remember sending him a text saying, “I’ve missed you.” on the night we were meeting up with our friends. He thought I had text the wrong person!
We know each other’s emotions, habits, and attitudes down to a tee. Through all kinds of weather, destinations, and experiences that we’ve travelled together, I couldn’t have wished for anyone else to explore this journey with.
All three people including my brothers, granny, and grandad are my heroes. But it’s very unlikely that my brothers would answer the following meaningful questions, whilst my granny and grandad are no longer with us in person.
Let’s see what my mum, Faye, and Daniel had to say…
What’s your favourite thing about being a mum?
Loving my children – you’re all individual and you all expect different things from me which makes it precious.
What’s your favourite thing about dad?
That he is strong. And that he’ll stand by you whether he thinks you’re right or wrong.
What’s your all-time favourite meal to cook?
A roast dinner, especially when the whole family is round because that makes me feel happy. (I added a chicken roast dinner)
What makes you laugh the most?
Being with you and when we both just think the same thing and look at each other.
What’s it like to have a sister?
It can be the best but also the worst. But knowing she is always there to listen or just for a chat is the best.
What has been the best experience of your life?
Having the chance to go to Australia and see things that I didn’t even know. Holding a koala was the best bit.
What’s the best compliment you’ve ever received?
Best compliment? I don’t know. You do compliment me a lot on how clever you think I am.
Has where you are today met your expectations?
It’s exceeded my expectations. I never thought I’d have someone like you, I never thought I’d graduate, or get the chance to see what it’s like to live with you.
If you could travel anywhere in the world where would it be and why?
New York because you love it and I’ve always wanted to go there with you.