An Open Letter To My Roommate
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An Open Letter To My Roommate

Thank you for being awesome.

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An Open Letter To My Roommate
Me

Dear Roomie,

We haven't known each other that long but I already feel like we are good friends, I won't say best because I know you don't like that term.

But I just wanted to say thank you for not judging me too hard when I wear my Yoda onsie around the dorm room and for wearing a Darth Vader one to match.

Thank you for watching movies with me and showing me a bunch of new ones.

Thank you for making me study and focus to do homework. And not just watching tv or something.

Thank you for cooking for me so I'm not living off Ramen and soup.

Thank you for making me go to the gym and workout. If I wasn't running or doing something I would be gaining that freshman 15.

Thank you for laughing at all my jokes, especially the bad ones.

Thank you for going to Peacocks and Simply Deli with me.

Thank you for joining a sorority with me and getting outside your comfort zone.

Thank you for helping em be more social and not holing myself up in my room.

Thank you for being my friend and for making this first semester go off on a good start.

Much love,

Your roomie

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