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Bessie Mates: Triple the fun

SARAH OGILVIE
Last updated 05:00 25/09/2012
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Sarah, left, with work-life bestie Susan Scott, and uni bestie Sarah Webby at the Cecil Peak Ledge in Queenstown.

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I am lucky enough to have three totally amazing best friends.

Each of the girls is from different chapters in my life - high school, university and working life.

Each girl earned her status as a bestie by telling me the truth when I didn't want to hear it, making me laugh so hard I nearly wet myself, getting me into the most unimaginably awkward (and often alcohol-induced) situations and, of course, by finding any reason imaginable to convince me that "he is not good enough".

Cliche, I know! But I can honestly say that I keep in touch with each of the girls daily whether by email, txt, Facebook, Skype, Instagram, Whatsapp, Heytell or all of the above.

I often wonder how I have managed to be lucky enough to snag three of the most amazing and fun girls as my best friends.

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