Making new friends sometimes isn't the easiest thing in the world to do, especially as a college freshman.
Regardless of how many friends we have (or have not) made, your real best friends will always be your best friends - even though you attend two different universities. I have two words for my friends at different universities, thank you.
Thank you for always answering my calls, texts, and FaceTime calls when I need you to.
I know our lives and schedules are a bit more hectic now, so just know I appreciate you finding some extra time in your day to talk to me. Regardless of how busy I may get, I'll always find time for you. You (and modern technology) make hundreds of miles seem like we aren't so far away.
Thank you for understanding that even though I'll always make time for you that my life is more hectic now, and I understand that yours is too. We can't expect to talk to each other every second of every day like we used to, and that's okay. Blow up my phone as much as you want, I promise I'll answer eventually. We'll learn each other's schedules and routines in time, which will make both of our lives easier.
Thank you for the years of friendship you have given me.
The sleepless nights, the late night Sheetz runs, the FaceTime calls, the sleepovers, the laughs, and always being shoulders to cry on. Your presence in my life means more to me than I could ever express in words. Regardless of how long we may go without seeing each other, I know that over holiday breaks, we'll be back to our shenanigans in no time.
Thank you for never giving up on our friendship.
You're going to make such great friends at your school, some of them will last a lifetime. There are people you haven't met yet who will love you more than people you've known your entire life, but I'll always love you more. I know that our friendship is one of a kind and that regardless of how many new friends and memories we may make, I'll always hold you and them in a very special place in my heart.
With all of that being said, I know the semester just started, but I already miss you.
This semester is going to change all of us, but we'll never forget where we came from and the people who got us here. I know that holiday breaks will consist of even more Sheetz runs, sleepovers, and breakfast dates.
Last but not least, I am beyond excited for you and I will always believe in you, especially if you forget to believe in yourself.