Senior goodbye: Victoria Fallouh

Victoria Fallouh

May 17, 2022

Dear Tania,

We finally made it to graduation! Those four dreadful years are over and behind us. We are onto bigger and better things. High school was very difficult, especially during a pandemic, but we persevered and with the help of each other, made it through. College is going to be a whole new experience, and although we will not be able to see each other as much, I know our bond will never shatter. Reflecting upon my high school experience, it is obvious that you have made a major impact on my motivation and memories. 

You have been my best friend since 6th grade, and we have grown up together. We always say God made sure we lived at least two hours away from each other because we would be too powerful if we lived near each other, and that is so true. I still remember all the times we would talk about how much we hated our middle schools and how we will be out of there soon. Now look at us, out of high school, and before we know it, we will have graduated from college. 

I want to thank you immensely for all the love and support you have given me. Every time something good, or bad happens, you are the first person I tell. You always know exactly what to say and how to make me feel better. High school was rough, especially this last year, but the motivating words you said to me always pushed me to keep going. Somehow, you understand me better than I understand myself. Also, I want to thank you for forcing me to listen to the music you like because it changed my entire perspective and it made us closer as friends. When I am living in London next year and you are in New York, we can always listen to Airplane pt. 2 and finally relate to the line “We goin’ from New York to Cali, London to Paris.” 

Congratulations to us! 


Viky Fallouh