"Emily was a young girl. In all her free time, she would sit outside in the warm sun and write about the sounds she heard, and things she would imagine.
Her friends didn’t like the fact that Emily would tell them she couldn’t go to Avril Lavigne’s concert with free tickets from her friends, just because she wanted to write. Emily was miserable. She wanted to write and have friends. What could she do.
One night, Emily sat up in her bed writing. She soon fell asleep. In her blurry vision, she saw a tall girl in long brown hair. The girl spoke.
""I’m Juliette. I’ve been watching you. You seem very miserable. Please tell me what is wrong. I may be able to help you.""
Emily gratefully accepted. ""My friends don’t like me anymore because I keep ""blowing"" them off because I want to write. What should I do?""
""If your friends don’t like you for who you are, they’re not true friends. True friends are ones that will like you for whoever you are. Understand?""
When Emily opened her mouth to speak, she woke up. She remembered Juliette’s words. She went to school the next day, and found new friends. A year later, she realized her friend never complained about when Emily wanted to write. She knew that Juliette’s words were true."