In drama monologue, Lost In Your Rambles, Ivana talks to a friend about how she doesn’t want to be friends anymore because she has evolved.
Ivana: I’m not above you and I want you to know that I don’t think of myself as being above you. I accept you for who you are and always have…always will. The difference is that I’m different. I’ve changed. I need focus. I need to focus on the things that matter most to my life because I need to be happy.
My happiness doesn’t involve you. It doesn’t involve spending time with you because I consider you a distraction to my happiness.
I can’t get lost in your rambles. I can’t do it. I won’t do it.
I’m selfish, I know. I know how I sound saying all of this to you but I rather be truthful than disappear without uttering a word.
We’ve grown apart…why hang on to a friendship that doesn’t exist anymore?
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