The Little Moments

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
Willow Cross is an orphan who watched both of her parents wither away and die, one from brain cancer and the other from the sorrow of losing the wife he once held so dear. Thankfully, her sister Lena was old enough to take care of her and her younger brother, Teddy. Even through that, Willow doesn't know herself quite as well anymore. Not after her parents death, not after losing her highschool love because he thought he was too good for her, not with the news she got from the doctor a while back. Only acting keeps her sane and it's a godsend that she's amazing at it.

Heath is Willow's ever-so-loyal bestfriend and first-attempt at a boyfriend who spends almost every second at Willow's house so she can have a break from Teddy's sorrow, Lena's stupidity and the asshole behaviors of Lena's new boyfriend, Nate. Plus, Heath doesn't want Willow to be alone with Nate. He knows Nate's past entirely too well to want that jerk aroundAaron is Willow's ex-boyfriend and the first (and only) love she has ever known from someone besides her family and Heath, but he left her as soon as he became famous. He even sent his best friend to break up with Willow for him, saying he was too busy to be bother. Ryan obviously wasn't very good at letting Willow know because he said it just the way Aaron told him to- "she's too clingy, obsessive, freaky and she's just not good for my reputation. I mean, have you seen that girl?" Now he's a raging drunk with a seriously BAD attitude.Julie is the ditsy,perfect cheerleader who also happens to be the girl-best-friend of Willow, even though they might just be polar opposites. She's marvelously happy with her life, herboyfriend-turned-fiancee and herself.Oh, yeah,boyfriend-turned-fiancee means she's getting married. To Aaron's best friend, Ryan. It's going to be an interesting wedding, to say the least

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The Little Moments

Submitted: November 20, 2011

There’s this feeling that you get when you know nothing can ever be okay again, that no matter what you do to try and fix it, the memory of this event will never ever leave you alone. That it will haunt you for the rest of your life. A million people (and pages of books) have been devoted to simply describing that God-awful feeling and even then the description never did that feeling justice. You’d have to experience the feeling to truly understand it. That descriptions state thing like it was a cold type of dread, a hollow in your heart or a chill up your spine. I just thought of it as the feeling that your world had changed into some type of cold, empty place that you don’t want to live in anymore. . .

Willow Cross is an orphan who watched both of her parents wither away and die, one from brain cancer and the other from the sorrow of losing the wife he once held so dear. Thankfully, her sister Lena was old enough to take care of her and her younger brother, Teddy. Even through that, Willow doesn't know herself quite as well anymore. Not after her parents death, not after losing her highschool love because he thought he was too good for her, not with the news she got from the doctor a while back. Only acting keeps her sane and it's a godsend that she's amazing at it.

Heath is Willow's ever-so-loyal bestfriend and first-attempt at a boyfriend who spends almost every second at Willow's house so she can have a break from Teddy's sorrow, Lena's stupidity and the asshole behaviors of Lena's new boyfriend, Nate. Plus, Heath doesn't want Willow to be alone with Nate. He knows Nate's past entirely too well to want that jerk aroundAaron is Willow's ex-boyfriend and the first (and only) love she has ever known from someone besides her family and Heath, but he left her as soon as he became famous. He even sent his best friend to break up with Willow for him, saying he was too busy to be bother. Ryan obviously wasn't very good at letting Willow know because he said it just the way Aaron told him to- "she's too clingy, obsessive, freaky and she's just not good for my reputation. I mean, have you seen that girl?" Now he's a raging drunk with a seriously BAD attitude.Julie is the ditsy,perfect cheerleader who also happens to be the girl-best-friend of Willow, even though they might just be polar opposites. She's marvelously happy with her life, herboyfriend-turned-fiancee and herself.Oh, yeah,boyfriend-turned-fiancee means she's getting married. To Aaron's best friend, Ryan. It's going to be an interesting wedding, to say the least
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Submitted: November 25, 2011

A/N: As I've said, the last chapter was really the Prologue, but, for understanding purposes, I labeled in Chapter One in the chapter i... Read Chapter

Submitted: January 14, 2012

A/N: Waaaaaaah I just finished writing this and then I pressed backspace too many times and it took me to the other page. . . and ITS JUS... Read Chapter

Submitted: January 22, 2012

A/N: Sorry for the late update. My Microsoft Word had a mental breakdown again. I think I've got it permanently fixed now (WIN!) Sooooo p... Read Chapter

Submitted: January 22, 2012

A/N; Ohhhhh double update today! =}) (Even his mustache is happy... hahaha) Chapter Five   Willow Age 18 I yawne... Read Chapter

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