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To My Bestie, Long Distance Sucks but You're Still My Rock

You always hear stories about long distance relationships but never about long distance friendships.

I would first off like to thank you, for always being available for a texting rant or a random phone call just because.

I would like to say thank you for not always needing me to talk to you all the time but still knowing that I am here.

Thank you for listening to stories that have nothing to do with you and are about people you have never even met.

Thank you for all the time we have spent together since I have moved away. And thank you for not making us a statistic and for toughing out this distance.

Next, I would like to say that the distance has made me realize many things about our friendship. I value it more now then I ever have.

I have realized that somehow over all of the years of our friendship you have become my rock. You have become my backbone.

I feel weaker and smaller when I don't talk to you or see you in awhile.

I am not myself with out you. And it is sort of crazy to think.

Just know I would not be me without you.

I notice myself saying things to other people that you always say.

I tell stories about something we have done and start dying laughing and realize that other people just don't understand.

I want you to know that you are one of a kind.

And although I know being apart sucks I also know that it makes the times that we have together that more important.

You have been my rock since day one and I'm so glad you still are.

You will always be my best friend no matter how far we may wonder.

I will never find another human as special as you.


Your long distance best friend, forever!


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