To My Best Friend Who Graduated
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To My Best Friend Who Graduated

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To My Best Friend Who Graduated

To You,

Thank you for being my best friend. Thank you for welcoming me into your life. It's only two weeks into the school year and it's already weird not having you here.

Thank you for the endless late night food runs and drives. Thank you for not laughing at me too hard when I cried over everything.

Here's the thing, I didn't know we were going to be best friends but let me tell you, it's been incredible being your person. There's never a dull moment when the two of us are around.

You're one of the only people I feel comfortable enough around to literally vent about anyone and anything. You understand my "humor" (I use that term loosely because I'm not really that funny but you always laugh at my silly puns).

You gave me a friendship I always needed. You love me for me and that's the best part. I can be my crazy and insane self around you and know you'll still be there the next day to laugh about the absurd thing we probably did the night before.

I know this sounds like you're gone forever or a love letter but, it's been really strange not having you just down the street.

You've been my best friend since day one. Since I was just a little freshman trying to find a home away from home. I found my sisters and I'm thankful you're one of them. I always laughed a little when people would say they would find their bridesmaids within our sisterhood, but now I realize I found one of them in you.

Thank you for being there for every cry fest, happy fest, angry fest, and all the fest's. Thank you for letting me talk about One Direction as if you knew exactly what I was talking about. Thank you for always doing Sporcle quizzes with me and then doing the same ones again the next day. Thank you for always looking out for me but really, thank you for still tolerating me after almost 3 years.

There are so many things I could say about our friendship but I'm afraid if I said everything, we'd be here forever.

Even though you've graduated and I'm still sad about it (lmao), I know you're gonna kill it in the real world. You're going to do so many amazing things and I can't wait to see all the incredible things you do in the adult world.

At the end of the day, you might not be at school anymore but I know if I ever need to cry about something or tell you a funny story, I can always call you up.

Thank you for being the most real and best friend I could've asked for and thank you for being my continuous ADPi moment.



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