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If you were to throw up your hands in exasperation and yell "it's the story of my life," what would you be talking about?
Well it depends, are we discussing actual books or a story composed by me? If it's by me it would be a drama of sorts, or a fairy-tale with the ending ripped out, or even possible a great tragedy. I was a normal girl growing up, except that my sister is in a wheelchair and my willingness to help was often taken advantage of. I was always in her shadow and when she went off to college I decided that I was going to break from that shadow in one way or another, but when I tried my grades slipped and I fell apart. Everything just kind of went downhill from then on. First I did bad in school, then I got kind of depressed, then I started taking on other people's problems so that no one would ask me if I was okay. Then I ended up in the hospital for a couple of days making my grades even worse and before I knew it I was out for the summer before high school. With the passed two years behind me I tried my best in school for awhile until everything just went wrong, I got sick again, stopped caring about my school work, my grandfather died, and then something really bad happened with me. Soon I think I may go off the deep end, but hey, it's my life right?
So as you can see, my life has been okay, except for the past few years. Not that I'm complaining, I just wish someone would notice, ya know? Someone in my family, one of my friends. The signs are there, but they are walking right past.
Besides SMITH, I read stories at:
KidsGiveMeHope, GivesMeHope, SixBillionSecrets, my home newspaper, whatever I get off of Google, AOL news sometimes, though I like books better than actual articles.
In bed I like to read:
Hmm, Well it all depends on the night and what I'm doing at the time. Sometimes I read novels, sometimes I read articles, sometimes I read stuff online like SixBillionSecrets, and other times I settle down with a good comic book or manga and read that, whether online or actually physically in my hands.
My favorite story of all time is:
I like the Harry Potter series, the Charlie Bone series, the Maximum Ride series, the Kingdom Keepers series, the Vladimir Todd Chronicles, and countless others. But if I had to chose one book that I love more than any other in the whole entire world, I would have to say that it is "The Last Exit To Normal" by Micheal B. Harmon.
Right now, I'm reading:
Nothing actually, I have a HUGE project coming up and pleasure reading is not on my list of things to do. However SMITH and SixBillionSecrets will probably be read every couple of days if not everyday, just to get my pleasure reading out of the way.
Latest Memoir (of 86):
One year, cut free, still depressed.
- One year, cut free, still depressed.
- Ciara and God, my healing duo.
- Pinky promises, plastic person, stopping cutting.
- Scar hidden, needing to reveal it.
- Cut again, mental pain still here.
- Compared to drug addict, thanks mom.
- I known not hope, only pain.
- Scars faded, stopped hiding, scars reappeared.
- Rain heals pain, there's no rain.
- Met goal, broke promise, cut again.
- Month free; still struggling each day.
- RaIn brought odd happiness to life.
- Slowly surviving is not fast enough.
- Ciara causes smiles, mom causes frowns.
- Can't say therapist's name, don't try.