You embarrass me, piss me off, and make me want to tear my hair out. But I would do anything for all of you. Thanks for being there always. Especially you, Mom.
You are my best friend. Ever. Nothing will ever change that. Through good times and bad, I know we will never let our friendship die. You needed me that dark and damp day in the locker room, and I needed you that cold October night on the phone curled up on your couch. I’ll always be there. Bove you.
I wish you knew how truly amazing you are. You are my family. My sister. I will always be here for you. No matter what.
My wife. Forever and ever. We can go ages without contact, but the second we see each other, it’s as if nothing ever changed. I know I can count on you, and you will never judge me.
I know we have our rough times. Who doesn’t? But we always recover no matter how hard it seems. I know things are tough, but you are strong. You will get through this. I am here for you every step of the way.
You are a truly genuine person and friend. I don’t even know how to put into words how much of a good person you are. I guess you’ll have to trust me on this one.
I’ve only known you for eight months, but I feel as if we were simply destined to be friends. You are one of the best friends I have ever had. I only hope I can be the same to you. If you ever need anything, I’m there in a heartbeat.
You make me as happy as a clam. I feel comfortable around you, like I can be my weirdo self, and you won’t question it. In fact, you will be weird right back. And I love it.
As lame as this sounds, you are my best guy friend. If one of us ever needs anything some advice, a pat on the back, an ear, we both immediately jump to the aid of the other. It’s wonderful.
You always make me laugh, and yet you know when it’s time to be serious. You’ll listen to me rant about how I miss parts of high school, and you rant right back. We both cherish memories.
On the outside, we are the quiet, nice girls. But together, we are blunt, loud, and fairly rude. And I love it. We only unleash the horror and honesty within our minds to each other, and are the reason we can continue our reputations as never being mean to anyone. How very wrong our classmates were.
You get a medal for existing. You always make me feel better. Even when I went through my “weird, not talking to anyone cause I’m too good” phase, you were my friend. You didn’t drop me. And it meant the world.
You are a strong, awesome, super hilarious, and beautiful woman. Nathan is a lucky man. It meant the world to me when you asked me to be your maid of honor at your wedding. It was such a great feeling knowing that I meant just as much to you as you do to me, and you wanted me to be a part of one of the biggest days of your life. I will never be able to show you enough how much you mean to me. I can never top that. Especially because I want to get married in Vegas, where it’s cheaper and there are no bridesmaids.
This may seem odd. After all, we hardly ever talk anymore. But you deserve an individual tribute. In fact, you deserve a thousand of them. You know why? Because you asked me. Every. Single. Day. When my dad was deployed, I was a mess. No one seemed to know what to say. But you stood up every morning, walked to my desk, and asked me how I was doing that day. And that was one of the greatest things anyone has ever done for me. Knowing you cared was better than anything comforting anyone else could say. When my brother was sent to the hospital, you were the first to text me, and the first to hug me. When my dad was sent away again, you knew why I was crying before I even looked at you, and wasted no time in informing me that you were there if i wanted to talk, or hang out. You are incredible. A truly good person. And those don’t come around a lot. Don’t ever change. You really changed my outlook on life. Just don’t let anyone change yours. It’s perfect already.
Well, your’e my boyfriend and I love you. All I ever want is for you to be happy. But I don’t think you realize what an impact you were on my life. You saved me. At the beginning of senior year, I was hanging off the edge of a cliff. You pulled me back up, baggage and all. I will forever be grateful.
You all mean the world to me. Love you guys.