Five Card Story: Good memory

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After the death of my best friend, I became depressed. My condition became worse and worse, I didn't want to speak to anyone and locked myself in my room all day. My parents were really worried about me. So my father tried to cheer me up by taking me to see a football match. But I am still look like a robot run out of battery. I just sat on the stadium bench and looked at the air. Even when my favorite team got a score, I had no reaction. My father saw that and in the next day, he took me to see a psychiatrist. He asked me many questions and gave me a bunch of pills, told me to drink them after lunch. I did what he told me.After taking those pills, I went to my bedroom. Tears started to fall again, I missed my friend so much. After that, I found myself running to her grave. Those roses I put next to her tombstone still look fresh, raindrops still remain on the white fresh petal. I burst into tears. Suddenly, someone tapped my shoulder. Turned around, my best friend was there. I couldn't believe it. She smiled at me and I hugged her. She told me to hang out with her like we did in the past. We went to Times Square, I felt extremely happy and my depression was gone for a moment. Then she drag me to an alley. She told me:''I know you were sad when I was gone, but don't be. That's not you! Be a fun and bubbly girl that I used to hang out with. Just remember me as a good memory''. With that, she turned around, her body flew up higher and higher. Then she disappeared into the space.
I woke up and realized that it was just a dream. I went out of bed and ran outside. It was snowing, I looked at the sky, crept a smile and say:''Bye''before going back in, ready to help my mom prepare dinner.

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