You may find this post weird, but my bestfriend is so special to me.
I have never given my bestfriend a birthday gift. His birthday is this coming February 13th, 2021. He will turn 35 by then. I want to make a change this time, and I humbly need your help.
For 4 years my life has been beautifully stuck with this coolest, straightforward, most thoughtful but at times annoying (the last one's a bit of an understatement) buddy. I'm so thankful every single day that our lives have been entwined by fate to be there for each other, to stand up for each other, to talk over coffee just about anything, and for countless of times talk about our problems. He's always there for me to help me sort out my personal problems, to talk me out of the stupid decisions I am about to make, to slap me with realities everytime I become illogical, to listen to my heartaches everytime I fall out of love, and to console me when I am down.
John, my bestfriend, is the brother I never and will never have. He's been so good to me, and he stays with me through my ups and downs. For every chance I get I make sure that he knows that I love him and that I am very happy that he stays in my life.
It's his dream to own an iPad. He's been wanting to have it. He's been tutoring students online and on the go, and to him it is a necessity, which will help him tremendously in making things much quicker and easier for him. But being a family man he has much more immediate and much more important priorities to take care of.
For the last four years I have never given him a birthday gift. But this time I want to do something different. Something outrageous, something bold. I know so well how much he wanted to have an iPad, and I am certain how much it will make him happy to finally own one.
Unfortunately, I am financially incapable to buy it. I just can't do it on my own. I don't have the money. I don't know where else to go to ask for help, and this post is rather a shot in the dark hoping that someone out there is eager to help me grant my bestfriend's wish on his birthday.