We interviewed our mom's and then we
answered the same question. It was fun interviewing, we got a chance to
talk to mom about different things that we might never of talked to her
about. Some of our answers were similar. That was a surprise! Red is our
mom's and blue is ours.
1. What does a good friend mean
- Someone that you can trust
- Cry and laugh with
- Someone who listens to you and isn't judgmental
- Share feelings with
- Good friends support one another
- A person who is honest, sincere, and
- Share secrets with
- Someone I can call, even after 2 years,
and still feel like we've only been apart for a few hours
- Someone who will stick by you in good
times and bad
- Never lets you down
- Someone you can trust
- Should listen to what you are saying
- Cheer you up when you're sad
- A person who I like and who likes me
- Someone you depend on
- Caring, loving, and helping
- Someone who cares about your feelings
2. How did you meet your friend?
- I met my friend in a Bowling Alley
Nursery when I was in Third Grade. The funny thing was that her
parents and my parents were on the same team.
- Met my friend at work.
- I met my best friend in the Fourth
- We met at the school.
- She moved across the street from me, and
we started e mailing each other just for kicks. Then when our kids
started playing together we started talking in person.
- My mom's friend is the sister of another
- He moved into the neighborhood and they
started playing when they were just kids.
- I met my friend through another friend.
- We met at church.
- We met through a mutual friend, my
- My friend and i met because our children
became friends at school.
- We were next door neighbors as little
- We met when we were two years old.
- We met in High School. She was a
new girl in school.
- I met my friend when I was 10 years
old. We went to the same school together.
- I met my closest friend through a
- I met her when she moved
- We needed a place to live, so we moved
into an apartment in his basement.
- I met my friend when I was riding my
- I met my friend at school.
- My mom introduced him to me, because she
was friends with his mother.
- Through another friend.
- I met my friend in Preschool coloring a
- I asked him if I could play with him.
- I met my friend riding a bike. I
was very shy then. I wouldn't be friends with my friend if it wasn't
for my mother.
- I met my friend when I was two years
old. I know him because he lives down the street.
3. How long have you been friends?
- This varied from one
year to 40
4. What do you do with your friend?
- Nothing much anymore. We only see
each other at get~ togethers, or family gatherings.
- We shop together, go to lunch, or
dinner. We talk for hours on the phone. We sometimes go to the
movies, or church.
- We just talk now because she lives in
Ohio. We used to go bike riding, go to the movies, go over each others house
- We talk, cry, laugh, go out to dinner,
movies, hang out at each other's house, and be kids again!
- My friend and I talk, go out to eat and
go to meetings. We saw each other a lot more before we both had jobs.
- We talk a lot, go to the movies, and
parties together, and do scrap booking.
- We go on vacations together and
celebrate holidays together.
- We don't do much now because we live far
- Unfortunately we do not get to see each
other as often as we use to. But, we talk on the phone and see each
other on holidays and special occasions.
- Laugh, cry, gossip, watch television,
talk on the phone, play, jump rope with the kids, take the kids to the park,
and we go for lunch.
- Sleep over and play together.
- Eat over each other's house.
- Talk about a lot of things.
- Laugh and help each other.
- Spend birthdays together
- We play together and sometimes we talk
with each other.
- We have sleepovers and play board
games together. We also play soccer.
- We play lots of sports.
- Go to school
5. What do you think the main problem
in friendship is?
- Some people grow out of friendships.
- I don't always have the time for my
friend because I am busy.
- The main problem in a friendship, in my
opinion is, jealousy and envy, and a guy that both of you like at the same
time. (Friends have similar tastes.) A true friend wouldn't try to get that
guy, and as true friends, you both stop liking the guy, even if you really
like him. A friendship is more important.
- Disagreements and not being honest about
your true feelings when discussing any problems.
- Knowing who your true friends are.
- The main problem in friendship is
communication. One friend could be mad at the other and the other can't
apologize because they don't know how.
- Lack of respect.
- Sometimes seeing to much of each other
isn't a good thing.
- Taking someone for granted.
- It's hard to be supportive when you
don't always agree.
- Today people are to self-absorbed.
- I think the main problem is that when
people get married and have families of their own, friendships seem to fade
and you become distant.
- Jealousy, fighting, judging them all the
- It is hard to agree and disagree on
- I think the main problem is
- Keeping your friend.
- That you can't be with your friends all
- They don't have much time to spend with
- Fighting, communication and respect
- The main problem with friendship is
- Trust and not telling secrets