Dear my best friend,
Wow; when I had first thought of actually writing this I could think of a mile long list of what to say to you. And yet as I sit here and write this... My mind goes blank. How am I supposed to put into words how much our friendship means to me?
All the laughter, tears, jokes and memories. All the late nights, early mornings and stress-filled days. All the pizza, cake and other horrible but oh so delicious goodies devoured on the days when we felt like we were racing the clock.
If 4 years ago, someone told me that I'd rely so much on you, I would've laughed. We were both so different and had completely different groups of friends as is. And yet in a matter of 4 days you became my closest confidant. I mean you had too, we would be creating a book together. Yet during the school year, it didn't feel forced. Like we had to get along. And of course, there were fights: "You shouldn't crop it there!" "That doesn't make sense." "Did you level it? It doesn't look like it." "That's all you took?!" come to mind. But there was also plenty of funny moments to overcome the bad ones: "Get out of my chair!" "Did you fall? Again?!" "That was my slice!"
Now here we are; a sophomore and a freshman in college and we're closer than ever. We've taken road trips, vented to each other, gossiped, spilled juicy secrets and so much more. With a ton of other trips and memories planned out. We don't always agree, but you can better believe that if worst comes to worst, we will always have each others backs. And we will always support one another, no matter how crazy or insane an idea is. If one of us believes in it, then we will back it up like it was our own.
Because it isn't just being each others best friend; for us it's about being each others confidants, partners in crimes, sisters from different misters, back up dates, and so much more.
We have been through so much in the last year alone but the only thing that is has done is make us stronger.
I guess what I am trying to say is thank you.
Thank you for being my best friend, through Thick and Thin, you've Raised the Bar on what it means to be a friend, so now, as we go on our ways to bigger and better things, we'll be by each others sides like Pieces of a Puzzle.
"If it scares you, it might be a good thing..."