It's officially been four years of high school spent together. Four years of constant memories, constant laughter, and of course constant FaceTiming and texting each other. Through our many struggles of random school and life problems, we've not only grown as friends, but as sisters. Every time we weren't able to hangout one day or attend class together, we would always say, "Senior year we're going to do everything and spend so much time together."
And now, it's finally here. After all these years of school, we only have days left of it. Although senior year is nothing like we expected for it to be, we're only two weeks in and I know it'll be something we never see coming. As much as I am excited for all the new things this year, I can't help but also think about how we're all going to be going our separate ways soon. But as long as I have you guys by my side, I know my last year of high school will meet the expectations that everyone is always hyping it up to.
One thing I've learned from you guys in these many years I've known you is that loyalty is the key to a successful friendship. Senior year has crept upon us before we know it and we are already drowning in work and the stress of college applications. But no matter how much excess work we will have, I'll constantly be learning from you guys because you have made me a better person by doing nothing but being yourselves.
There are so many emotions when it comes to our "last year of high school" and I know that even when this year comes to an ending and everyone goes their separate ways to make a difference in the world, we're always going to have each others' backs. Senior year is going to be our time to shine and do everything we wanted to do together one last time til we see each other next time as more accomplished people in the world.
The real world is definitely not going to be a breeze and even though we won't see each other almost every second of the day, I know that we will always be in touch and still be as close as we are now. As time goes by and life goes on, we're going to make new friends and meet new people. But something that will never change is that you three will always have a special place in my heart that nothing or no one can ever replace. The countless ups and downs we have been through have strengthened our bond even more and at this point, nothing can break that. It'll always be the four of us against the world and nothing can change that.
Senior year is here now. This is supposed to be the best year of our lives and the one we will never forget. I know that I'll never have to think twice about who will catch me when I fall because you'll always have my back and I can't wait to conquer senior year with you guys.