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An open letter to my best friend

A letter to a best friend who I always admired.

An open letter to my best friend

Hi, my best friend,

This is your best friend from seventh grade. Do you remember our first nickname? Do you remember our first fight? Do you remember our first adventure? Do you remember our first of all the things that we did together?

I know you remember everything because we still talk about those little moments together. I know that I can not see you around here because we are separated by city, by state, by country, and even by continent, but I still consider that you are my best friend. It is not that we can not see each other, it is just we choose to not to see each other. There is the only connection between you and me; phone. We pretty much talk every day through the phone because we miss each other, but I still miss you.

Recently, you told me about the love of your life. At first, it was hard to accept to see you as a grown woman who makes her own decisions. I know that you choose that person because he must be a very nice guy. I still remember you as the teenage girl in her uniform because that's how we introduce each other. Even though we started our friendship with a fight, I guess we ended it with a nice note. No matter how big you grow as a person, you will always be my best friend from seventh grade.

You kept asking that if I am ok with your relationship. At first, I said "yes" and had mixed feelings about it, but now I am saying "yes" with my whole heart.

You will always be my best friend. As long as we live, as long as we die.

Your lovingly,

your one and only best friend (Suchitha Kumar)

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