From Our Readers: We'll Always Have Friday

I knew it. He kept his promise. We'll always have Friday.
by You!   |  Jun 19, 2015
ART Trixie Ison
Share This!

It was after sunset, Friday of the second week of March, also known as hell week. I was in the café beside our school, sitting on the rear table on the left—our favorite spot. Though I hadn't been there for three Fridays then, it still felt safe and familiar and warm.

"We'll always have Friday, I promise," he used to say while we drank our coffee. I was there again, three weeks after the hushed breakup on that very same spot. I was reviewing my notes for my final exam half an hour away. I kind of felt shy for not ordering anything—I just needed a quiet place to study.

I was halfway done highlighting an entire sentence when the waiter put a clear plastic cup of coffee on my table.

READTo The Girl Who Can’t Get Over Her Heartbreak

"Enjoy your coffee, Ma'am."

"But I didn't ask for anything."


He smiled slightly then walked away. I looked at the coffee—it was the exactly the same as what we used to order. I turned the cup around, still wondering who it was from. There was a yellow sticky note that said, You missed three Fridays and three cups. Enjoy the fourth one! Don’t stress yourself too much. Take care always. Good luck. :)

Featured Video

READAn Open Letter To The Guy Whose Heart I Broke

I knew it. He kept his promise. We'll always have Friday.

Written by Kathrine Cate Masilungan, incoming second year Management student at University of Asia and the Pacific.
How do you feel about this article?
About the author
Our Readers
The good stuff straight from our readers! Submit your feels: and see them on the site.
How do you feel?
Click on your mood to read related stories
The Latest
The list included 1,115 universities from 94 different countries and regions around the world.
Some of the internet's fave couples have unfortunately parted ways early on in the year.
Julia was a "very special guest" on Gerald Anderson's new YouTube video.
Yup, the episodes are inspired by real events and news reports.
The said posts contain links that, when clicked, will download malware on your device.