I think I’m bad at continuing a conversation with someone I don’t know very well. I try to think of things to say, but I just don’t know how to go on. Even if I want to.
13- A description of the boy I like. He’s shorter than me, dark hair, beautiful eyes, and one, nice ass.
19- What I hate the most about school. How schools have to censor everything because they’re afraid of getting in trouble by parents.
23- What words upset me the most. I don’t really have a problem with words unless they’re directed at me. If they are towards me, words don’t even matter unless the person saying them whole-heartedly means them. Otherwise I don’t care what they say, because I know it’s not true.
30- An internal conflict I have with myself.
I’m not even sure what to put here. What would an internal conflict be?
1- Who my best friends are. 2- What I hate most about myself. 3- What I love most about myself. 4- What I’m really good at. 5- What I’m really bad at. 6- Biggest turn ons. 7- Biggest turn offs. 8- What I want to be when…
That child is not sad. That child is not angry. That child is not wondering what kind of live he could of lived. That child does not think, “Mother, why did you not love me? That child is not thinking at all.
The only people it immediately affects, are the parents. It’s their decision, no one else’s.
Said Cedars-Sinai oncologist Dr. Ron Greene, “Thank god at least some of them had a heart, instead of just scrolling down the dash to look at over-edited photos of a stupid flower taken by a teenager with a DSLR.”