She likes reading every kind of book, but especially fan tasy stories like the Potter books or the Twilight novels. We are both only children. Yes, you've given your ages. You're actually teenagers, and likely to be pubescent. I've offered an alternative - however, the sentence is illogical, because you can't be the same age if she's 14 and you're 13. She is average height and slim; she has got an oval face; her eyes are big and brown; her hair is long, straight and dark; we nickname her whisp Bedini. Bedini is her surname and we call her whisp because she wears a pony tail right on the top of her head. She has got a fair complexion but in the summer she is as brown as a berry.
I am ever grateful to the almighty for having given me such a good friend. I cherish it as my greatest treasure. I am sure our friendship will grow deeper and deeper in the years to come.
When I wrote that we are only children I mean that we both don't have any brothers or sisters. Can't I say that that way? I am an only child, she is an only child: we are both only children?
Yet I never feel jealous of him. Because he helps me more than anybody. He tries to do all he can to make me come up to his level. He never goes to any function or party or film without me. My father and his father were classmates. My mothers best friend is Toms mother. Another reason, which probably helped us to become good friends, is that we have grown together. We have spent our childhood days playing, fighting, learning, and enjoying together.
I do the same for him. Whenever I am sick, he is the first to come and see me. There is no function in my home without his presence. The same is true in his house as well.