You my chick, my brahh, my nig, my homes, my dog, my smoking buddy, my beach bitch, my bad influence, my comfort zone, my genius-minds-think-alike, my driver, my teacher, my best friend.
You've taken me out of my shell, made me unafraid of the unknown, and helped me become independent. You were there when I came to this hick town with nothing but the memories of the place I yearned to return to. We skipped classes to get Chinese food, and it all began. We were essentially attached at the hip for the next year to come, and made so many memories over the course.
You were just like me, and I, like you. We weren't concerned about appearances, or femininity, or spitting, or littering, or smelling like smoke, or messy hair, or soaking wet clothes, or being covered in sand. We knew the music that no one else seemed to, we grabbed that pack at the same time, we texted simultaneously, we understood each other, without words.
You were there when I needed someone the most. When I was new, and unsocial. You were there to listen when I had stories, or when I needed a laugh. You were there when school sucked, and we took drives to Destin. You were there when I was outside my normal state of mind, and sketching (sorry I ruined it for you!). You were there when my relationship was at its all-time low. You drove over at midnight to share a smoke with me and listen to me cry. I was there the same night, when you broke down for similar reasons. You were there every time I was having a rough one, to tell me that it's all good, and fuck everyone else. You unexpectedly came over my house blazed, but I loved it because it was like somehow you knew that I needed someone at that very moment.. You were there in the bathroom of Winn Dixie, when I got my results, to give me a huge hug of relief. You taught me to drive, you taught me to chill. You taught me to depend on no one else but me, and to have a good time, no matter what. You taught me how to live.
Despite our little arguments about getting gas, or me being a pussy, I appreciate your understanding of who I really am as a person. I appreciate everything you've done for me in the past year. I appreciate your time, your money spent, and your listening ear. I love you, you've been one of the closest people to me in my entire life, and I'll being telling our stories for the rest of it.
Don't forget about me when you reach Georgia, girl, I love you.