Time has a way of fast-forwarding when it comes to those instances you wish could last forever. One minute you're nervously getting a tour around your home for the next four years, and then they're calling your name to hand you your degree. Looking up at you is your BFF, who won't be so close anymore after you turn those tassels. Moving away after graduation is tough, especially if you're leaving such a gem behind.
Best friends don't interpret distance the same as two acquaintances would. Distance doesn't mean the friendship is put on hold, because you two have been through way more than that. You and your best friend know that a chapter is closing in your lives, but you're still writing the story of your friendship. It'll be different at first, but you'll always carry a piece of each other, no matter where you end up. Your bond is all too real and valuable.
You're both encountering that difficult part of growing up when you have to be further away from the people you care about most in this world. It's not totally catastrophic, though — let's be real. True best friends can endure separating after graduation because of a few reasons.