Having a best friend is something that a lot of us take for granted. Having someone who understands us sometimes better than we understand ourselves can be critical to living a successful and happy life, especially with all that surrounds us. Grace Donahue and Tara St. Amand share a sort of friendship that many strive for in their own lives.
When they met in their Mom and Tot’s class back when they were two, there was an instant connection between the two girls. Throughout preschool, elementary, middle, and high school, their friendship has only been strengthened through the twists and turns that have been thrown their way throughout the length of their friendship.
As a famous quote says, “Friends buy you a lunch, best friends eat your lunch.” In many more ways than one, this quote is applicable to the bond in which Grace and Tara share. It is not uncommon to find Grace’s hand in Tara’s lunch eating her sandwich and, well, the rest of her lunch as well.
Comfort is a key component when it comes to fostering a healthy, dependable, and trustworthy friendship. It is clear to see that the two are very comfortable around each other and are not afraid to let their true sides show to one another through the highs and the lows. That is a real friendship.