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A life's story

Updated on August 23, 2015

The start.

Once upon a time there was a young girl around the age of 15. This girl had just moved to a new town and like most new people knew nothing and no one. She began school in the eighth grade half way through and fell behind due to being behind in the education system of the school she attend. By the end of that year she had ended up failing every classes she was put into. She some how was allowed to move forward to high school. Also that same year she met what became her group of friends.

The start of her life in the new town.

High school usually is a place where children grow into pretty much what they will be as adults, parents, and anything else in life...Well high school started and freshman was going well. She was asked by gentleman a couple years older then her to dance at her first school dance. They slowly, what you would say dated, until one day another high school friend told her that her best friend monica had done something with that boy. She took it well and never said a word about the things she was told. She made the freshman softball team which did very well. She ended the year with almost perfect grades. Summer time!

Moving on...

Well summer hit and she attend all the normal functions a kid does and what she thought came closer to the group of friends she had made back in eighth grade. She was happy. Along with her the girl that fooled around with the guy she had been talking to forgot all about what had happened. The town fair began and ended and she continued to speak to the old boy. But as high school went on things started to unravel for this young girl. The boy changed and moved on she still with puppy love hung on, but moved along herself. The group also started to unfold. The girls slowly changed or you could say turned on the young girl. As she tried to keep close to her friends they grew more and more apart. By senior year she was learning that not all friends stick around. The hurt of the girls doing things without her grew worse and worse. By the end of senior year, at least she had decided it was done. The young girl ended up getting her GED the year after and calling it a day.

Life after.

Well for a short amount of time after high school ended she would go back and forth with the girls she befriended those years. Talking to her family about what to do and soon decided to say her goodbyes. It has been 10 years since high school and due to a girl in the family fights with her decision to no longer speak with them. She has had troubles, current ones still pending, but is more confused then ever. Happy to say they know not where she resides. But, the thought of deceit lie's within her mind. To be continued...

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