A person you can’t replace

My freshman year of high school has had to be one of the best years I’ve had and only because I met someone very special to me. It’s so crazy to think how we became so close over something so little and to this day I wouldn’t trade him for the world. We have spent the last 3 years just getting to know each other and getting closer than ever. We have two complete opposite personalities but that’s what makes us connect so much better, he is very bubbly and energetic as for me I am very quiet and shy but over the years he has definitely made me come out my shell. As we got closer, I asked him if he wanted to be apart of my quince and he accepted and the first practice it was like he was apart of my family. As practices went on, he was the one that made practices so fun and truly made my quince experience more fun. He became like family to me and in our family they call him their son, he feels pretty good about it. Not to mention, he has done the most for me and I couldn’t thank him enough. However, just recently he was diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome and I have never seen him so down. His dream was to become a professional basketball player but now he has lost all hope for it, I tell him everyday that he is so important to me and no matter how much he gets on my nerves, he is so loved. He has truly gone through the worst in the last year but he has stayed so strong and has fought through the most. Even through everything he is going through he still has the biggest smile on his face and never fails to make my friends and I laugh. He has the biggest heart and he deserves everything, even though he is still teaching me about trucks and cars I will never stop supporting him in his passion. Te quiero mucho guero, keep your head up and stay strong and know I’m sticking with you throughout your whole journey. To everyone reading this, let’s give David some love and let him know we’re here, he needs all the love.

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