A Thank You Note To My Roommate
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A Thank You Note To My Roommate

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A Thank You Note To My Roommate

Dear Roomie,

As the end of our first semester together comes to a close, I wanted to write you a quick thank you. This has been a fun, exciting, and challenging beginning for both of us, and I am glad I had you by my side through it all.

Thank you for putting up with all of my weirdness, which includes, but is not limited to, horrible singing, random episodes of dancing, my Taylor Swift obsession, and other personal habits. Also, thanks for being just as weird and having equally strange episodes of singing and dancing. We do a good job of keeping things around here interesting.

Thank you for all of the times you have taken care of me (and been like a mother). No matter what time of day, you are always there for me. I am so lucky to have a roommate that will get up at 3 a.m. to help me feel better. Who else can say that their roommate would sit with them for hours, helping them through? I know not everyone, and I hope you know that I will always do the same for you.

Thank you for being the person that I can consult for all sorts of advice, from school, to boys, and everything in between, but especially when I just can't decide what to wear in the morning.

Thank you for being my partner in crime. You are always the first person I turn to when I need someone to go to the laundry room with, to eat with, to run errands with, and have random singing sessions with.

Thank you for helping to me find my motivation when I'm struggling to resist the urge to call it quits and take a nap. Sometimes it's hard to be out and in classes all day, and have to come back and do even more work, but you definitely help me to carry on.

Thanks for coming to my rescue when I lock myself out of the room. Just wanted to throw it out there, because it's bound to happen a few more times between now and the end of next semester. Also, thank you for helping me out when I misplace things, such as my ID, but also belongings such as my toothbrush, my favorite coffee mug, and my sanity.

Thank you for being so awesome, that when we are separated for even just a matter of hours, it is a struggle. Thanks for being just as excited when we are reunited after a long weekend as I am.

Thank you for all of the awesome memories we have made together over the past three months. I am so lucky to have someone who is just as weird as me as my roommate. Thanks for not only being an awesome roommate, but an amazing friend.


Your Roomie

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