A Letter To My Best Friend Going To A Different College
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A Letter To My Best Friend Going To A Different College

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A Letter To My Best Friend Going To A Different College

Dear Best Friend,

I am so happy that you became a part of my life. I can honestly say that I don't know where I would be without you. You have been the lighthouse among the dark and vast ocean that always led me back home. When I was struggling with the obstacles life threw at me, I could rely on you to be there to lift my spirits. You have been there for me through the heartache, the laughter, the tears, and the happiness.

Our memories from over the years will always be cherished. I am going to miss binge-watching and crying over "Grey's Anatomy," buying Starbucks, Dunkin' Donuts, and Spunky Dunkers, obsessing over cats and dogs, having heart-to-hearts, late night calls, singing and dancing to music, going broke after a day at the mall, attending prom, making arts and crafts, watching movies and going on dinner dates, hanging at the beach, adventuring into the city, squeezing hands at tattoo shops, giving advice, and laughing so hard that we got a better ab workout than we ever could have at any gym. I will always value the time we had together and I know the memories will never fade.

Although I am going to miss you dearly, I am extremely proud of you and all of your accomplishments. You're selfless, beautiful, caring, intelligent, and radiant. You persevere even when it would be easier for you to give up. You're so brave and strong. You go out of your way to make others happy. Make sure that you are happy, too. I know that your mother, along with your whole family, is proud of you. I know I am.

Lastly, as we depart on our separate journeys in different states, I want to thank you for being my best friend. You were always there for me when I needed you. You loved me unconditionally. I wish you happiness, success, and love in the future. I know this is not goodbye. I will see you soon.

"If there ever comes a day where we can't be together, keep me in your heart. I'll stay there forever." - Winnie the Pooh

With love,

Your Best Friend

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