To My Long Distance BFF
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To My Long Distance BFF

Distance makes the heart grow fonder

To My Long Distance BFF
Kayleigh Scarlett Hopper

To my BFF,

I still don't believe we don't go to the same school.... it doesn't make sense. You were my go-to during high school and now I only see you on breaks. Why didn't we plan this out better? I guess because no school would ever survive with us together again; our high school barely did.

Thank goodness for texting, I couldn't live without our chats about life, school and boys, of course. You know so many things that my friends at college have no clue about it. Remember that one time we had that great idea that ended up with you rolling down a hill? Classic. I will remember these moments at random times throughout the day and realize I can't tell you in person. It is okay, we will make it through until the next break and I can remind you of it then.

I just wanted to thank you for being there for me even though you're miles away. There is no one on this earth that gets me as much as you do. You were with me as we grew up and you are still with me as we try to adult (which is harder than it looks). Thanks for being with me through the break up and the boys. I know that I definitely needed you through those times as much as you needed me. I am thankful I had you during that part of my life. You are still my go-to boy drama friend and you always will be.

Thanks for helping me figure out high school. I don't think I would have made it without you in every single one of my classes. I am sure the teachers would have been happy otherwise, but oh well. Our study sessions that turned into JB jam sessions were the best. Sports wouldn't have been the same without you, as well. I am so thankful we played a sport together and attended other sports together. Between running stadiums for hours or providing commentary at the football games, we made sports history (at least in our minds).

Thank you for being the sister I never had and welcoming me into your family. What's mine is yours, and what's yours is mine, right? We still claim you in our household and sometimes my mom will ask more about your life than mine, but that's okay because I am proud to share your life and all your accomplishments. I am so glad I will have you by my side as I one day marry the love of my life, I know you'll be the one to tell me to stop ugly crying and kiss him already.

I love you from miles away and will always be your number one fan! Thanks for being so important to me. I value your friendship so much and can't wait to tell my kids about all the crazy things their Auntie Carol did with me! You are amazing, beautiful, funny and one of a kind. You are also my best friend, don't ever forget that.


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