I am sorry for your loss they said. I must admit it hurts to see that the person you shared most of your life with is dead. Myrtle always said love is hard and exhausting. I never genuinely understood what she meant because she only began saying that recently. Myrtle never pointed out that she was unhappy or bothered but I conjecture, it is partially my fault for not asking. They told me grief is the price you pay for love, and here I am now dealing with her death. I guess everybody has passed though this phase sometime during their life but why me? Myrtle cheated on me, she took it too far. Though I kind of doubted it, I felt like she was not the Myrtle I first met. I remember when I met her for the first time, she was kind and adoring. She changed into a entirely different person.I tried to figure out what was wrong with her but she wouldn't talk.
Monday through Friday I stayed with my grandmother and great aunt, so that I could go to school. I was in elementary school at the time. I use to listen to my uncle play different types of music on his stereo so that he could mimic the sound with the instruments he was playing. I used to sing along with him dreaming that one day I would be able to sing just like the singers on the albums my uncle would play to. As time went on, my mother met a man that she felt was a good man. Thus, allowing him to pick me up from my grandmother’s house when he got off from his job at midnight. My mother had no clue that this decision would be a life changing experience for me.
I stiill can’t believe what I did! Did I really push my halloween bride in front of a train? It seems like a nightmare! Oh god what have i done? I’m a murderer, I killed Crilly! He wasn’t just a band mate, he was my friend, my halloween bride! How could i be so cruel to him!
I wanted to write you many a time but I dug how much I must have hurt you and so I didn't write. But now I feel like a man who's been trying to climb up out of some deep, real deep and funky hole and just saw the sun up there, outside. I got to get outside. I can't tell you much about how I got here. I mean I don't know how to tell you. I guess I was afraid of something or I was trying to escape from something and you know I have never been very strong in the head (smile). I'm glad Mama and Daddy are dead and can't see what's happened to their son and I swear if I'd known what I was doing I would never have hurt you so, you and a lot of other fine people who were nice to me and who believed in
Well, it was something I always wanted to do from the time I was a child. But when I was in grade twelve deciding whether I was going to go to the university for drama, then 9/11 happened. That made me kinda put the brakes on. I wanted to do something that could affect people more--something that was more helpful. So instead of applying to drama school, I went to be a police officer instead. I did the training for two years, then the program, and I did about two hundred hours of ridealongs, and that's when I realized I wore my heart on my sleeve a little bit too much to be an officer, and so I decided to go to law school instead. When I was applying to law school, I thought, "I need to travel to see the world before I hit this path." So I
Hi my name is Madison Talisha. I live out in Tennessee. I love the South. I love my parents I love everyone including my husband Gerald Talisha. I 've got I got two of amazing wonderful kind children. I try to teach him what 's right and down here in the South. We owned slaves but we don 't have them working out in the plantation. We want to treat everyone right. We things that everyone has a right to Freedom. Yeah you might think well they live in the south so they must own slaves and treat them with cruelty but the truth is we buy all the slaves to free them. Please don 't tell. Well that 's enough about me. Time for me to tell you about the time. We help the Manifest Destiny. By the way this was in 2018.
Hi, um, my name’s Phil. I’m a peanut. Yep, just a peanut, not anything special like a dog with a family to love or even an almond, which is actually a nut. Nope, I’m just a little peanut trying to live as long as I can before somebody scoops me up, plops me in a bag, and takes me home to be a nice after-school snack. Now you might be wondering, How do you have thoughts, you’re just a peanut? Well, you know what? I don’t know how I have thoughts; like I said, I’m just waiting to be eaten. Bear with me here because I am here to tell you the story of how I lost my girlfriend, Pippa.
Man this stuff is good are you ready to snort the next round, sure. Bang bang bang . Open the door it is time to eat.
Addie had always felt that she was completely alone and made unaware of. When Anse came along, she was more than happy to flee from the loneliness of being a school teacher. She dismisses her courtship with the curt words: "So I took Anse." Her great desire was to make other people aware of her presence. And she felt that only through violence could she achieve her goals. She also felt that words are useless, and she soon comes to realize that Anse (and later preacher Whitfield) are just
So let’s be straight-up about this: Allie is very good at talking her way out of bad situations and she knows it. Fast-thinking and charismatic, she’s a sweet-talking, attention-diverting master, and she plays to it a lot. In that way, she’s a kind of strategist -- not in “battle” but in social situations. It’s like how you outfit a character in a tabletop game for different scenarios and some are just have naturally good stats in the persuasive or emotional fronts, you know? Allie can work the scene, be it in benign school settings or life-or-death talks. This is only if she’s being herself and not trying to think as someone else would, mind you. Allie isn’t good with impersonations. She tries a few times to use Megaria’s mask to be other people and-- yikes. She can’t get the way other people speak down. Rather, she uses other people’s perceptions of her or the scenario to fit her
Call me Jill. It 's not my name, though it has been my handle for a while now. If you hanker to know of it, the first thing you 'll beg to understand is where was I born, and what was my lousy childhood like, what sort of monsters my parents were, that Dickensian sort of crap. Fuck that! If you must know the simple truth, I 'm an authentic Man in Black, the real deal. That 's all you need to know.
I. I’ve been writin’ a lot about darlin’s lately and I’m no longer sure if it’s because I like the idea of a person held so close their name rolls out with dropped gs and the promise of affection
Jessica Stevens and her four friends walked down the passenger steps - their portable suitcases rolling behind them - which led to the concrete runway. She and her friends had won an online contest that had an all expenses paid trip to New Zealand to see the film-set of the Shire - or, more specifically Hobbiton - for a prize. They had just finished their one day and two hour flight from New York, and would’ve been very tired, except they were all mega-fans of Tolkien’s works, and were very excited to be there.
Losing someone you love dearly is one of the hardest things anyone can go through. Sometimes it hurts so bad that you may yourself, “What’s the point of being here anymore?” I ask myself that question all the time, ever since my Grandmother passed away.