An Open Letter To My Senior Friends
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An Open Letter To My Senior Friends

I'm going to miss you all more than you'll ever know.

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An Open Letter To My Senior Friends
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Dear my friends who are graduating,

This letter can hardly describe my gratitude for you, but it’s worth a try.

Thank you for all your guidance. Whether it was 20 minutes before a calculus test or regarding a project I was struggling to finish at two in the morning, you all reassured me and helped me conquer any obstacle I was faced with this year. Your advice made junior year survivable, and thankfully your senioritis didn't have too much of an impact on me (maybe).

Thank you for all the memories. Getting lost on the highway, bowling, dancing, eating, more eating and laughing to tears are moments that I’ll cherish for life. Even if we didn't see each other as often as I would have liked, the thought of you not being five minutes away at any given time is going to be a big change.

Thank you for all the love. A large amount of the support and care I received this past year came from you, and that change is certainly something I am endlessly thankful for. All the times you cheered me up when I was down and went out of your way to see me smile mean the world to me.

Thank you for your friendship. You've made a huge impact on my life, and I'm so proud to be able to call you my friend. I'm excited to see you begin this new chapter in your life, and I'm beyond proud of the many things you've accomplished. I know college is going to be a fantastic experience! No matter what happens, I hope you don't forget about me because I'm never going to forget you.


With love,

Your friend who is going to miss you dearly

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