I know this may seem odd, that I'm addressing you in the form of a letter. °t's not the way we normally communicate, but the things I have to say are just too hard to say in person. ¼/div>
It's been a long road that we've been down together. -e spent our high school years side by side, than both kind of drifted apart in£ollege only to reconnect this semester, which, don't get me wrong, was great!¼/div>
This whole thing was like some romantic movie at first; all that time apart only to reunite. You were still similar to how you were back then, yetore mature. ?ot that you weren't mature in high school or anything but it was great to see how you act more advanced now. ¢ou opened my mind to so many aspects of life I never thought of, like why water stays in a straw when you keep your thump on the top end or why 5lb weights fall at the same speed as 100 lb weights.
We had some great times together. °'ll always£herish´he memories of how we got coffee almost every day and were able to just chat about«inematics,£ircular motion, and everything in between.¼/div>
But then it started changing. -e can't hide the fact that it's not the same as it was earlier this semester; we both know it. Those great times just chatting turned into seemingly never-ending bickering. -e still spent time together, but neither of us really wanted to be there; at least I didn't. It was only a matter of time until one of us shined the light on the subject.
I mean things were so easy back in February! -hat happened? or example, our class average was a 67.7 on the last exam and you said you weren't going to curve it? -hat's up with that? ¢ou would have never said something like that when we first started seeing¥ach other! nd you're questions just got harder and harder for me to answer. ¢ou don't know this, but I joined a Facebook support group just to talk about the problems we had! ° couldn't deal with it alone! nd that's°art of the big problem.
Before you get the impression that I am just going to drop you and forget everything we've done this year, let me say I'm not. -hen I signed up, I made a commitment. ¢ou already set a date for our next exam, and I'm not going to back-out of our agreement; I don't go back on my word. ?owever, I want you to know that exam will be my final exam. ° know we talked about getting a little more advanced next semester, but I just can't go there at this point in my life. ° know it sounds mean, but I don't need´o go there.
I'm sorry that I had to tell you like this. on't hate me.
p.s. ?an I have that $120 I gave you for that book back? "he lecture notes¢asically£overed everything I needed to know, so it was pretty©rrelevant.