A best friend is the one who knows exactly what you mean, someone who knows you better than yourself, and stays with you no matter what.
People who do not know us are amazed at how we managed to stay so close for the past 14 years of our lives, but we always have one answer. We have been through it all; the ups and downs. There are many reasons why our bond is strong; we are all only children, no brothers and no sisters around and that’s why we have each other,which lead us to call ourselves the “Three Musketeers”. Other than that; we share the same interest and passion for art.
Our friendship has fun moments by firing up the dance floor at a party till we loose it and shopping till we drop! We have our usual downsides.- usual boy friend problems, family issues etc. There comes a point in everyone’s life, usually a low point, when one realizes exactly who is important and who really matters, and it’s at that moment when one discovers who his/her real friends really are. The point at which things go terribly wrong and everyone scatters, everyone except a few loyal, trustworthy, honest, compassionate, understanding friends, the real ones. We were those three who stood for each other when things weren’t going as planned that’s why we believe that we are not in this alone but we are all in it together.
On the first day of journey at AUC we signed up for the same Rhetoric class,which starts right after assembly hour. As we ran, rushed, and searched for the room –we were late because we were having fun laughing, gossiping, and eating with our friends. On our way to class we met a girl who was also late and was searching for the same room. We started talking and as it turns out we have many mutual friends. When we finally reached the class and sat we asked her to sit next to us and from here we were given the name the four Gaddafis by our favorite teacher, Prof. Mark Mikhael.
Nada Hedia, Sara Aziz, Farida Samaha and Amira Zaki.