Before high school, I was bullied to an extent and called gay based on nothing else than inherent traits such as the sound of my voice and my personality and the fact that I made friends easier with girls than boys. While I never necessarily felt alone in grade school, I never felt like I had many friends who valued me as a friend or a person. Because of these factors, my level of fear entering Father Judge, an all boys school, was very high. However, I realized that I did not have as much to worry about when I met you and Zach, two examples the type of people who did not exist at my grade school, on the first day of school at lunch. Although I already stated how much your daily political arguments with Sean Coan irritated me at the beginning of freshman year, I never actually disliked you, only that aspect of you at the time. However, I became more interested in who you actually were as a person around Homecoming, for which you decided to take Courtney, who was in seventh grade at the time, based on what I assume was the close friendship you had with her. It was after Homecoming that you began to discuss your time in Godspell, mentioning your particular friendships with Lexi and Jen while also praising the directorial staff and others in the cast. Although I always had intentions on auditioning for Honk! because I had been inspired b...
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... you every day for the next seven months, but I just wanted to express fully the impact that our friendship was had on me over the last four years through this is excruciatingly (sorry!) long letter. Although you are still confused about what you wish to pursue after high school, I know that you will eventually figure out what you want to pursue that will make you happy. You have been my second best friend throughout these developmental years and I hope that we keep in touch, a concept I only doubt because who knows what college will do any of us. I just want you to know that you will succeed because you are one of the smartest, funniest and kindest, people that I have had the pleasure of meeting regardless of anyone else’s feelings towards you or whatever front that you put up. Have a great swan song and I hope that you only stay healthy and happy after graduation.
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