I’m the absolute worst at keeping in touch with people. It’s not that I don’t want to, I think about reaching out all the time, but then all of a sudden it’s two days later and I realize I never did.
I’m so beyond sorry if I made you feel unwanted or that you aren’t important in my life because you so are. It’s something I need to work on… you can call me a work in progress.
Just know, it’s not that I don’t care because believe me I care too much. I love being your friend more than anything else and I know that when we do finally hang out again it’ll be like no time has passed at all.
I just suck at staying in touch. But please be patient with me because you literally mean the world to me.
If something’s going down in my life I know you’ll be there for me. I just hope you know that if ever you needed me I’ll be there in a heartbeat, too.
I’ll always be your ride or die and nothing will change that.
Our friendship shouldn’t be based on the fact that we talk all day every day, it should be about how we have a strong enough foundation that we don’t need to talk constantly to remain friends.
I’ll always listen to you rant about anything under the sun. No matter what. Even if it’s the littlest thing that annoyed you I will be there to tell you how stupid that person who pissed you off was acting. I will always be there for you want to talk about our mutual enemies because you know how fun that really is for us. No matter what I’m always here for whatever you want to talk about either in person or in a text. I’m here for you. I just suck at keeping in touch from time to time.
Look, I know I suck at keeping, but in my mind, I think if I contact a person too much they will consider me clingy or annoying and that’s the last thing I’d want to be to come across as for my friends.
But always call me your best friend because no matter what you will always be my bestie for life.
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