An Open Letter To A Senior Me
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An Open Letter To A Senior Me

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An Open Letter To A Senior Me

Dear Senior Year Me,

You made it, I am so proud of you. It's been a long road for you, and after pushing yourself you finally made it to your senior year. It'll be a unforgettable year that will change you for the best I promise that. All I can say is enjoy every second because it goes quick.

This year will be amazing for you! So many opportunities and expierneces waiting for you. You'll be surrounded by your group of friends, your loving family and boyfriend. You'll be the happiest you've been in a long time.

There will be so many great memories for you as well; senior homecoming, dates, football games, parades and more. These are some of the many memories that you will take away from higschool and will cherish them forever.

You've come a long way, and remember to thank your family especially your mother. She has always been there for you, and is your biggest supporter. Remind her how much you appreciate her and love her.

Remember the good times, the many days you spent in the band room taking band lessons, sitting in the band room afterschool before an away game, singing on the bus with the band, performing in front of a crowd. They will be the best and most memorable part of your high school career.

It will be a difficult year to, there will be people who come along the way espically in auditons who will try to break your passion for music and your spirit. Take a deep breath and show them what you can do, believe in yourself because everyone else around you does.

You'll prove the professor who tried to crush your dream wrong when you passed the auditon the next day and made it in the music department at the other school you had an auditon for, see hard work does pay off.

You're going to look back a year from now, and look back to all the photos and memories and it's going to hurt. I'm not going to lie. You'll realize the painful truth of who truly cares for you and who dosent.

Cherish your friends and tell them how much they mean to you because before you know it, each of them will disepar one by one. That's the most heartbreaking thing I will ever tell you. After you graduate, your world will change. The friends you once had will dispear and leave you in pieces. Only the true friends who stook around helped you put them back together.

I wish I could hold you and wipe away your tears, but this made you a stronger person. You probably thought that once you headed to college, you were never going to find love again or make any new friends. Right?

Well, I hate to say it, you were wrong.

College will open many new doors for you and you'll be so happy, much happier than highschool. You'll meet the love of your life at college, you see god has a plan and putting you through all that pain ended up being worth it.

Enjoy senior year and cherish the memories and also remember to believe in yourself.

Love, college me.

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