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The glow from the candle was the only light in the room as the seventeen-year-old closed the door behind her, setting down at the desk in the corner with the candle on it. The cabin that she lived in with her parents, with her family, was a great comfort to her, and it was always her escape from the rest of society, if only for a little while.
» Posted By Lovee On 05.13.2011 @ 6:46 am
The glowing feeling inside of her was the only thing keeping her going through her dark life at this point now. She knew he’d see her again, and until that point, until they could see each other again, the glowing feeling, the light in her heart, would have to keep her going. It was all she had anymore, besides her job. She didn’t mind it, though.
» Posted By Lovee On 05.13.2011 @ 6:40 am
The trailer that she called home barely fit herself and her belongings. Having to bring in her girlfriend’s stuff as well was going to make it even more cramped. Maybe they could buy a house when they had money enough to … Who knows? But for now, this too-small trailer would have to do.
» Posted By Lovee On 04.26.2011 @ 9:55 pm
When it was just you and I, I was completely fine, but now that Colin’s come into our lives, even though he was always there, it’s different. I’ve always trusted him, don’t get me wrong, but I suppose not living with someone every day of your life makes you a little cautious about trusting people.
» Posted By Lovee On 03.31.2011 @ 7:36 am
I trusted you when nobody else would. And then you go and break that trust so easily, and i realize that it was no wonder nobody trusted you. but you changed my life by supposedly letting me trust you. what was your god damn problem anyways, letting me trust you with me, with myself, just to break me? you shouldn’t be allowed anyone.
» Posted By Lovee On 03.31.2011 @ 7:30 am
Everything that I ever thought about him was confirmed, was intensified after I read the Post-It on my laptop. It was everything I wanted from him, and I knew that it wouldn’t ever happen again, or from anyone else. So that afternoon I texted the number scrawled at the bottom of the note and waited for a reply.
» Posted By Lovee On 03.11.2011 @ 9:54 am
The statement that was on the Post-It was shocking in and of itself. I never would have thought that he’d actually ever say that, to a STUDENT, and leave it in such plain view for everyone to see. I didn’t understand why he did it, or why he evevn thought of leaving it.
» Posted By Lovee On 03.11.2011 @ 9:52 am
The mango was just a random little symbol of thanks from one of the other kids in the show who just felt like it was something good for a gift to me. I don’t see why I was the one to recieve the gift. I’m playing the antagonist, so I can’t even FATHOM why I was recieveing the gift.
» Posted By Lovee On 02.23.2011 @ 8:18 am
The mango that was on the vanity was odd. None of us really brought food into the theater unless it was one of us going oout for a last-minute dinner run to, say, McDonald’s or some fast food restaurant. So recieving the mango was something rare. It wasn’t until about three minutes later when I found who it was from.
» Posted By Lovee On 02.22.2011 @ 5:00 pm
The outlet was the only thing that kept me from going completely insane. It was where I’d found myself so many times, and had left so much of my past behind by just going and sitting tin the arboretum of the outlet center. It was the only thing, the only place that kept me from killing the rest of my family, Because I knew that if I did that, I’d wind up just like Teague – in jail.
» Posted By Lovee On 02.22.2011 @ 8:25 am
The girl’s writing was all she had to get all of her feelings out, her only outlet for her thoughts and ideas. It was all she had to get away from the awful reality that she and her sister Raven lived in. For you see, Vora and her sister lived in very abusive situations, and they didin’t DARE speak out about it.
» Posted By Lovee On 02.21.2011 @ 5:56 pm
When Zan and I first went to the outlet that day, we weren’t expecting on confessing so much to each other, but somehow, someway, we ended up doing exactly that. I’m glad that she realized her feelings for me were the same that I felt for her. It was comforting to know that we were together for now. We just have to take it one day at a time while we still can. Her parents can’t know, though.
» Posted By Lovee On 02.21.2011 @ 5:52 pm
You know you hav eit bad when you have no outlet for everything. Zan has me, and i have her. i also have my writing, though. the outlet store, doesn’t ahve the sme effect that zan and my writing do. if you were to be in my shoes for five mminutes, you would see what i’m going through, what i’m feeling. i think i might love zan. i’m not sure.
» Posted By Lovee On 02.21.2011 @ 1:43 pm
my writing is my only outlet for my writing. it helps me through a lot of things, because i can write myself out of sitiuations and write myself into other situations and write myself in different lives and as different people than the life i’m living and the person i am. if you made me stop writing,i think i might have to kill someone somehow. because you just don’t do that to me.
» Posted By Lovee On 02.21.2011 @ 1:41 pm
the outlet mall has everything you couild ever want. it was what we needed, zan and I did. that was a special place for us, that bench in the small arboretum in the center of the mall. it was hwere i had my first kiss, and she hers. it was somehting i’ll never forget either. it’s been ten years for us. who knows what the future’s got in store?
» Posted By Lovee On 02.21.2011 @ 1:20 pm
When zan first realized that she was a lesbian, like me, she was shocked beyond belief, but after i told her that i was one too, she felt so much better about being one of my kind, about harbouring feelings for me. it was at the outlet that she realized she loved me, and i loved her. and the outlet’s always been our special place.
» Posted By Lovee On 02.21.2011 @ 1:16 pm
It was the only thing that I could remember from that day. It’s the only thing that I’ll ALWAYS remember. Her lips against mine… Her hands running down my arms before she realized what we were doing. She’d shoved me away, saying it wasn’t right, even though we both knew it was, but i just pulled her back in for another kiss. Always.
» Posted By Lovee On 02.21.2011 @ 1:09 pm
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The outlet center was our favorite hangout. Like, really. Every day after we’d finished our homework, or gotten out of school, we’d go over to the outlet and just hang out and shop and eat and do whatever we felt like doing until the center closed. I’ve never forgotten what happened the first day we started dating. It was my fault, too. Really!
» Posted By Lovee On 02.21.2011 @ 1:07 pm