Reflection Post

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“Smh I Never Thought The Day Would Come..My Best Friend Words Couldn’t Even Explain How Much You Meant To Me..We Had Our Ups And Downs But At The End Of The Day We Always Came Back To Eachother..You Were Like My Big Little Brother Always There To Protect Me. I Just Wish I Could’ve Said Sorry One Last Time. But You’re In A Better Place And I Love You And I Just Pray You Watch Over Me Dylon…”Who’s That Pokemon..Dy-Lon”..It’s Your World Hun #Dylon’sWorld S.I.P ๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™‡๐Ÿ’šโค๏ธ๐Ÿ’š”

I remember this day like it was yesterday. This picture was posted about 4 days after my best friend died. We met in 9th grade, we were in the same class for 2 year. I used to always laugh whenever I saw him and we’d go back and forth making jokes about each other, until one day we became really close. We were a trio, me, him and my other friend Stephanie. The friendship we all had was unbreakable although we had our times where we fell off we always ย had each other’s back and we knew that no matter what we had a strong bond and love for one another that would never be broken.

The purpose of this post was for me to sort of come to the accepting stage that best friend was gone. I ended on bad terms with him and I just to make it clear that regardless of what I still loved him and he was very much still my best friend. He played a very important role in my life because he taught me so much and exposed me to a lot of life lessons that I take with me now. Like living in the moment and have no regrets because you never know when it will be your last day. I wanted to get the message out that no matter how you end things with someone never hold grudges because you may end up regretting it in the long run. The audience that i wanted to address was anyone who lost someone close to them, Dylon my best friend, his mom and family, and anyone else who was close to him. ย I feel like this picture/post is connecting with my audience because it shows that you can lose someone in a split second so you shouldn’t take them or life in general for granted it’s best to cherish every moment you have because you never know what can happen. I also wanted to put this message out there for ย the people who have lost someone close to them, it isn’t easy to take death on and just know they are in your hearts no matter what. The elements of the photo that helped accomplished the purpose would be the caption of the post it basically gives a synopsis ย of the picture. The context of the picture was basically how I was feeling at the moment I was really devastated because I lost someone who was so close and important to me. The year had just started he didn’t even get to come back to school with us from our Christmas break to it was a terrible way to start off 2016.

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