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::based on my true story::

Submitted:Feb 26, 2012    Reads: 27    Comments: 2    Likes: 2   

I just can honestly say that I miss the way things used to be.
It used to be just me and my friends, not caring about anything -sometimes that included each other- and we just lived life, not thinking about a thing that was farther than that weekend. But since I have switched groups or cliques, and since I have gotten to know them better, things have been getting heavy.
I have noticed more and more that there is reoccurring problems that each of them have, and that I am one of those people. We all have problems, that's just how the world works, but these are all so similar. I have talked to my friend Liz, and she said she feels the same.
Sometimes I feel like I have been placed into this group for a reason, for a purpose, for an unknown mission that the character will find out why in chapter three. It's just that these kids don't only dress dark, but let the feeling seep through their pores and flesh, into the bottom of their very beings.
This is exactly what I've been trying to avoid.
Between the conflict I always have with my parents, and the instability of my past friendships, its been hard to find solid ground to stand on. Yeah, I am a Christian, but I've been letting myself slip away from God, too. Our friendship has also begun to fade.
Again, I feel as though I have been placed by Him, or maybe not, maybe by fate or whatever else controls everything, to light a candle in the cellars in these people, and to show them the good in their lives, and the good that can occur.
Either way, I believe this messed up, dysfunctional, and rigid group of kids, with their corky personalities and odd styles, I believe that they are the best thing that has ever happened to me, and I couldn't imagine where I would be if they weren't here. They're my family, the family I've never had.


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