Letter One - letter to parents part DTo both parents,Letter One - letter to parents part D in Other More Like This
I'll love you both forever, but I'm gonna have to experience my life. When I go off to college I have to learn things the hard way. It's going to be difficult but we all will have to make it work. Remember me and make sure to send me a lot of care packages. I will make sure to come home as often as I can, but I cannot promise you every weekend or such so I'll see you when I can.
Letter One - letter to parents part BTo my dearest mother,Letter One - letter to parents part B in Other More Like This
You find it scary that your babygirl is moving out and graduating soon, there's nothing to worry about. I know what I'm getting myself into, and I plan on coming home to visit too. I know for a fact I could do this. You know that I am stubborn headed like my father, I could make things happen if I really want them to. Honestly, I don't think you understand how much I want this to happen, I want to prove to you and dad, that I am not a little child anymore, that I could survive in the real world, and I can make this happen.
Very scary that I'm about to graduate, I didn't think I would ever make it, let alone, so fast. You think that since I run around with the older kids, that I would be less responsible, I will make you proud. I'm a kid, soon to be a college freshman, I have to live and learn, mom. I can't have you following me around telling me how to live my life anymore. I love you and I'll love you forever, but I got to do this, it's part of a promise I made m
Letter six: Letter to a strangerDear Stranger,Letter six: Letter to a stranger in Other More Like This
What do you see when you look at me? Do you see a girl wearing hoodies and jeans often hiding behind her thick brown hair and black rimmed glasses or do you see a crazy bisexual teen who sits and writes letters to no one. Do you live straight-forward or are you afraid to show your true self? I go through judgement everyday and I'm still not fully out. What do you do in your free time? I either hangout with friends or get on DA as my sweet escape from this damned thing we call life. Do you dream of a better place like I do? I dream of a nation of equality that will never arrive. Do you think that there is no one like you?
Dear stranger, we are one. You are not alone. You can even be looking up at the same sky as I do, whether it is right down the street or thousands of miles away. Age doesn't matter when you're looking for a friend. I have friends from age as young as thirteen to ones in their fifties or older even. Race doesn't matter. Stranger I believe that we have equ
Letter One - letter to parents part ADear mom and dad,Letter One - letter to parents part A in Other More Like This
You guys were high school sweethearts which was cute, you guys made it seventeen years married then got divorced. I understand the fighting and the yelling became too much and you couldn't really handle it, but couldn't you guys pull through for your children? If you didn't really love each other why even mother and father three children?
Well, here I am, a SENIOR in HIGH SCHOOL did you guys think that I could ever make it this far? I know exciting right? I am seventeen years old, getting ready to move on to eighteen. Scary right, that your baby girl has grown up so fast? Graduation is right around the corner, it's exciting. I bet you guys are proud that I got accepted into college! Isn't it awesome? I'm the first out of us three girls that have went, granted, my little sister isn't old enough to go, but she sure is smart enough.
I'm moving out this summer, you may say that I won't be able to do it, bur I beg to differ. I've been waiting for this moment for a very ver
Letter One - letter to parents part CTo my dearest father,Letter One - letter to parents part C in Other More Like This
What's going through your head? Did you ever think the moment that you and mom saw me years ago that I would make it this far? Well I did, to tell the truth, I didn't know I would make it this far either. I'm a senior and enrolled in college for the fall. The first and only college I applied to accepted me. You were so worried that my grades would keep me from getting in, well I proved you wrong. I haven't taken the trip down there, but I'm getting ready to.
I'm moving out of mommas. I know you knew this day would come. I'm not a little girl anymore, dad. You missed out. I do have to applaud you for pushing me into church when you made your reformation, it's showed me how much you have changed. I hope that some day, I could be a religious bible following Christian, but not yet. I have a lot to live and learn before then. I got to live my childhood and breathe a little of the college lifestyle, I know you're worried that I'm gonna mess up, but I've gotta do this, i
Letter Challenge Part 2 A.dear guy I like,Letter Challenge Part 2 A. in Other More Like This
I've liked you for a long time, we've dated before. It's usually ended within a week or two the first couple times we've dated. I've had some confusion lately on how stuff is, I didn't know how to handle it. One of our most recent break-ups hit me, big time. I hit a low. You called me a monster. A freaking monster. It's not like I have insecurities already, right? I'm ugly, you call me beautiful, or you used to when we were together. We've had our moments, and we've had our downfalls. Together. I don't know how to handle life without you to be honest. Or maybe it's that I don't want to. I really mean it when I tell you I love you. That's something I never joke about. I've been hurt too many times, I hate to hurt those around me. You were the second person that I have fell in love with. I could honestly see me with you down the road. I could see us having children and raising them. Hell, I could even see me conforming to your religion if it would make you happy. I've be
letter seven: my ex.Dear Juewls,letter seven: my ex. in Other More Like This
We were almost inseparable when we were together, or so it seems from my point of view. Every penny I got I spent it to go your way. I put endless miles on my truck and broke curfew so many times to see your beautiful face. We've been through a lot in the seven months we were together. I wouldn't have believed that you were cheating on me in the end if I didn't catch you. I didn't want it to be true. I really did love you.
You were the first person I actually fell in love with. You were my difference between a crush and a lover. You were the first person that I could honestly see myself settling down with and starting a family. We both understanded that the past was unchangeable but we tried to start off a new leaf where others left or broke off. I spent seven months being the happiest girl in the world. I even brought you to my schools homecoming which was a big thing for me to do.
You're a city girl, I'm a country girl. You were raised in the city yet you're a
Letter five: my dreamsDear Yumi,Letter five: my dreams in Other More Like This
You have dreams don't you? You have places you want to be, but don't be in a hurry. I know tomorrow, you'll be having a college day. It seems like just yesterday you were a freshman just like Kiku. You're growing up, and the days that used to seem like weeks are passing by in minutes and seconds. I don't know what to think of it. I'm very happy with you that you aren't into drugs and drinking like your parents used to be.
When you dream, Yumi, do you dream in black and white or colour? I think that you dream in a mixture. I feel that you often times get scared to show your true self around people. The people that matter, babe, will not judge you, they will accept you. I don't know what you're waiting for just jump into life. There will be plenty of people to catch you. I know you don't want to hurt people, you won't, just hang in there.
Next year, I know you dream of being a photographer and journalist, but I also know that you have been thinking of going into counseling. It