Dear Kelsey Tremaine,
To start off, sorry for the title, couldn't think of a better one.
There is so much to say to you yet I can't seem to put them into words. Who would've thought that the internet could introduce you to some amazing friends you never would have met otherwise (Thanks quizilla!)? Even with our parents reminding us to 'be careful because you never know who is on the other side of the computer'.
We met almost seven years ago, but only got to actually see each other face to face less than two years ago. That trip to Nevada changed everything. You were finally real! That moment at the airport definitely made our friendship actual.
Your family was gracious enough to open their doors to me for 10 days, and didn't complain for a second! Y'all took me shopping, let me nap after being jet-lagged, introduced me to your friends, and treated me like part of your family. Every moment spent with each other only strengthened our friendship even with us living several states away from each other and in two different timezones.
And I know that we don't always talk but that hasn't stopped you from answering my texts or calls whenever I needed you, or when you needed me. We even have plans for you to come to Texas this year, than Vegas and Disney World next year with London following close behind in 2020.
You have helped me with so much. Whether it be from answering my phone calls late in the night because I had a problem to helping me actually design this blog. You have always been one of my biggest fans/supporters and I hope that never changes because sometimes all I need is you to tell me to hold on and don't give up.
I hate that we don't live anywhere close to each other but that has never stopped our friendship and I don't think it ever will because it's not just some measley little friendship that is going to be broken by distance.
I was going to insert a cute quote here but I can't find one that perfectly describes us...
"If it scares you, it might be a good thing..."