A Bosom Friend

As a child, I read far more than I socialized. As a result, I picked up some antiquated vocabulary. This sometimes made it difficult to make friends.

A Bosom Friend "The girls read under a large maple on a brisk autumn day."

A Bosom Friend "Nicki looks up from 'Anne of Green Gables'"

A Bosom Friend "Hello!"

A Bosom Friend "Would you like to be my bosom friend?"

A Bosom Friend "Ashley and Chrissy exchange looks"

A Bosom Friend "I am looking for a kindred spirit to be my bosom friend."

A Bosom Friend "Perhaps?"

A Bosom Friend "HUH?"

A Bosom Friend "Maybe next time, Nic."

A Bosom Friend "The girls return to their reading."

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26 thoughts on “A Bosom Friend

  1. Hahaha!!! I’m glad to know that I am not the only one. I suppose that I could say that in a way we are kindred spirits…. :) If I knew you then, I would have chosen to be your bosom friend, you are pretty cool!

  2. Oh…. Kindred spirits. I bought just about every LM Montgomery book at B. Dalton’s when I was in third grade, and checked out all the Madeleine L’engle books from the library, and read them at recess.

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