An Open Letter to the “Fab Four”


To my best friends, thank you all for being the goofiest, loudest, and most amazing group of girls ever. Ever since I started high school, being part of a friend group was a huge deal to me. I tried to fit in with several friend groups, but I never felt comfortable until I got close with you four. We were all friends already, just not as close as we are right now. Once we all got put together in a room, that room instantly became nothing but tears from laughing so hard. I think that it is safe to say that any classes we have together, that teacher is a trooper for putting up with us.

Kyndal, we have so many memories together I cannot even keep track. I’m glad that we got out of our stage of hating each other sophomore year, and came to realize that we were meant to be best friends. I enjoy doing absolutely everything with you; whether it is just going to Goodwill, having a movie night, or going to Cedar Point. Thank you for being there for me through my ups and downs, and being the girl who is always there for me, but is not afraid to slap me upside the head and tell me to get it together. Apparently I am the crazy and you are the calm, so we balance each other out perfectly, because I couldn’t go without my calm. I appreciate you in so many ways, and God couldn’t have placed a better best friend in my life. We are always going to be B.A.B, and you’re forever and always going to be my best friend.

Kylie, I’ve known you for as long as I can remember, but we didn’t start getting close until this school year. According to everybody, we are exactly the same person and I can for sure see where they are coming from. Thank you for always listening to me rant, our talks about our faith and how good Jesus is, and for always being there to hype me up. We both have the same influence on each other, but I wouldn’t have it any other way because we have the most fun like that. I love getting the weirdest and most questionable looks at stop lights when the windows are rolled down, people must think we are crazy. I wouldn’t trade having a friend like you for anything, especially since finding a friend exactly like yourself is rare.

Kyla, I’m beyond thankful for you and for how close we have gotten senior year. Friday night food after a football game, then waking up for a Cross Country meet the next morning will always be my favorite memories with you. I love how crazy you are, and how determined you are in everything that you do. Thank you for all the get it together talks during lunch, and for all of the talks and jokes that get made in the weight room. I wouldn’t know what to do without you, and I’m so happy to have you in my life as one of my closest friends.

Thank you girls for everything, and for being the best friend group a girl could ask for. I’ve never had so much fun with a group of girls in my life, and I wouldn’t want to be a part of any other friend group. The kind of friends that are never allowed to speak at your wedding for the sake of your reputation are the best kind of friends, and you girls are definitely those friends. I am so ready to make more senior memories with all four of you, and I’m forever grateful that God placed you all in my life at the time I needed you four the most.