I Believe in You, You Believe in Me.

Some relationships are beautiful but Mitch and I well things were perfect. For the first time in a very long time, I met a boy who was not only my best friend but was the best a girl could ever have. He was a person who understood just about everything without a need to say anything. Mitch stood there at the pier looking out to the vast ocean. The wind was blowing and he took my hand. “You need to be strong, I know its hard. I’ve been there myself and I understand.”

For a long time I never had a friend like him. He knew things just by looking at you. I never wanted to be a pain I never wanted anyone to see me, the real me. But I confided in him. I looked up and I cried. Without so much as thinking he put his arms around me. “I just want it to go away, Mitch. The pain.”

“I know. It gets better. it really does.” He looked at me. The tears in my eyes flooded my vision. I couldn’t see him. I wiped my eyes and he took a napkin out of his pocket handing it to me. “Here.”

I took it. “I’m sorry I made you come all the way out here, but I didn’t know what to do. I almost jumped.”  He had tears in his eyes too. “I don’t think you understand how much you mean to me.”

“I didn’t think I meant that much. You’re my best friend. You’re young but somewhere inside is a man that is so mature I seen that the first time I met you and you made me so happy just to see you.” I didn’t crowd him. Just being there in his presence made me feel better.

We walked for what must of been a few minutes but it seemed longer. He opened his car door. “Come on get in.”

I was still crying, but at least now i could see. I sat down inside his car. And he came around and got into the drivers side. “Let’s get something to eat. I am starved.” Mitchell said.

I heard him and closed the door, with Mitch I trusted him. He was after all the shining light in my world. It was never a dull moment when he was around.