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Depression Isn't Popular Where I Live

Short Story / Young Adult

Life. What's it about anyway? What's the big deal. You live, you die. Deal with it. Read More

I'll Never Let You Go

Book / Romance

Mixed emotions, my feelings clouded. I can't decided. Darrell and Jamie. Darrell, beautiful and my first love; the memories still haunt me. The deaths because of me. Darrell...a human and forever ostracized from my world. Jamie, loving… Read More

If I Could Love You Forever...

Poem / Poetry

Love isn't a word that should be used lightly. Read More

Living Proof

Poem / Poetry

I am alive. Read More


Name: Caitlin Ann 

Movies: The Notebook, The Time Travelor’s Wife, Twilight, and The Wedding Date

Age: 14, but I can be immature and mature at times, depending.

Gender: Chick

Words to Describe: Hopeless Romantic

Bands: Owl City, Metro Station, Postal Service, Making April, Summer EP, and anything Rob Thomas

Songs: Fireflies, Know Your Enemy, Living Proof, Kelsey, Losing It, Her Diamonds

Sports: Volleyball, Swimming, Basketball, and Horseback Riding (just because I like them, doesn't necessarily mean I participate in them :P) 

 Teams: I love all teams equally :D

Class: American Experience- history is so freakin’ interesting!!!

Colors: aqua, purple, pink, and anything swirly ortie-dye

Likes: Writing, hanging with friends, facebook, music, boys- To All the Boys I've loved: love you (sorry theres only one) and i won't even forget you no matter how many of my friends call you a loser

Dislikes: Liars, my brother, socks… (ugh, don’t get me started), rainy days, evil cats, immature dudes, Colgate, pollution, poverty, and snobby people (also cold feet, literally I don’t like my feet getting cold… it makes me feel exposed)

Weaknesses: Grammar/Spelling, talking about myself (like calling myself crazy when I'm really mild, or something) 

Love and Be Loved. Love You.


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