You were my best friend
by Cazanna Bailey
I'll never forget when I first met Tina. I was sitting alone at a lunch table when she came running up, randomly giving me a hug on my freshmen year of high school. We were close friends after that. She always had a smile on her face, she truly was one of the best friends that I ever had. She was very smart, knew when to quit and when to began.
She lost her boyfriend on sopmore year, but was still smiling.
But on Saturday, last week, she went to a party with her other pals. She was sober, but the driver was not. It was too late by the time she realized it. They crashed into a tree, her seat belt came loose, and when the other car hit the side she went flying out. She was almost killed instantly.
The other driver died, leaving a four year old daughter. She is now in foster care, as her father is gone too.
Please, don't drink and drive.