I wouldn't be the person I am without the help of my friends. I am extremely lucky to have some amazing people in my life -- people whom I can count on no matter what. I've shared some fantastic moments with them, and this page is my thanks to them for being a part of my life.
I've known Erica since high school when we sat next to each other in Mrs. Wetzl's world history class. We're best friends to this day -- in fact, she lives just on the other side of my bedroom wall. Erica is the quirkiest person I know. She's the easiest person in the world to buy gifts for -- no matter where I am, I manage to find something I know Erica would love. She has so many interests, from Harry Potter to martinis, lizards and vampire stories, and she can easily find something in common with almost everyone.
Kristin and I dated in high school. But that doesn't mean we're not still close. In fact, I think Kristin is the one person I know will always be in my life, without a doubt. We've already been through so much that nothing short of death will change our friendship. It's a strange feeling, knowing I will be at her wedding and she at mine (well, whatever it ends up being called), supporting eachother as we always have. I can't thank her enough for being in my life.
EricaRose has a way of making the most mundane things hilarious. I can't count the number of hours we've spent simply laughing for the sake of it. In high school I would go to her house and we'd both be in her room laughing hysterically, and her mom would come in to see if we had lost our minds. I cherish those memories, and am so glad we are still friends today. We've both matured, and yet we still find a way to make eachother laugh.
Regina is my singing buddy. We did our high school senior recital together -- we're still remembered for our duet "All I Ask of You" from Phantom of the Opera. She has an absolutely amazing voice and will have a very successful career as a musician. Although she goes to a different college, Regina and I can pick right back up where we left off as if we'd been apart for days rather than months. She's an amazing person and I am glad to call her my friend.