My Sunflower

If the pandemic has shown me anything, it’s that I don’t need a lot of people to retain my sanity (or whatever is left of it). I do need you, though.

Best friend.

You are the embodiment of everything nice in this world. Beautiful in every way possible. You are the one person that continually reflect with me, alleviates any negative feelings, elevates the good vibes. You are the one I want to share all of the news with as it is happening.

And, I forget to remind you (most of all), how special you are.

You saved me.

You truly did.

I’m here for you.

I got you.

I don’t think I tell you this enough.

No matter where I am, my own mental state, if you call – I’m there.

I know it’s hard to reach out. I know that it can be difficult to voice all of the thoughts that are running around inside. Nothing you could ever say will ever change what I see in front of me. This human who is coming into herself so beautifully. I will always be there. Because I don’t want you to do it alone.

I can be a mess, I know. Sometimes I get carried away, cry too much, make the same mistakes. I can get annoying with how much I value our time together. But, you still are here. So, I thank you.

Because to some, best friend may be something you giggle at in elementary school. It’s not until you get older that you realise how much you worth that one person could hold. You are the one that fills that emptiness.

I cherish every waking moment with you. The bellowing laughs, the alluring conversations, the clich├ęs.

You are one of the most incredible people I know, and I love you so much.

Always shoot for the stars.

Know that I will be one of your biggest fans.

Chase your dreams.

You are a force.

The world will know your name.

I feel it.


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