Meg was seething as Sophie spilled the beans about how she refused her offered help and even shouted at her, saying that she “doesn’t know manners.” Meg couldn’t believe that Sophie would do this to her, especially after all that she had done for her. She had always been there for Sophie, no matter what. She had helped her through tough times, and she had always been there to offer a shoulder to cry on. And now, this was how Sophie repaid her?

Meg was so angry that she could barely think straight. She wanted to scream at Sophie, to tell her how much she had hurt her. But she knew that wouldn’t do any good. Sophie wouldn’t understand. She would just think that Meg was being dramatic.

So Meg decided to do the only thing she could think of. She walked away. She walked away from Sophie and her hurtful words. She walked away from the friendship that she had thought was so strong.

Meg didn’t know what the future held. But she knew that she would never be the same again. She had lost someone who she thought was her best friend. And she would never be able to trust her again.

Meg walked for a long time, until she found herself in a park. She sat down on a bench and stared out at the trees. She felt lost and alone. She didn’t know what to do next.

After a while, Meg started to cry. She cried for her lost friendship. She cried for the pain that Sophie had caused her. And she cried for the future that she didn’t know what to do with.

Meg cried for a long time. And when she was finally done, she felt a little bit better. She knew that she would never forget what Sophie had done to her. But she also knew that she couldn’t let it destroy her. She had to pick herself up and move on.

Meg stood up and wiped her tears away. She took a deep breath and looked around. The sun was shining and the birds were singing. It was a beautiful day. And Meg knew that she would be okay. She would find a new friend. She would start a new chapter in her life. And she would be happy again.