Chapter 16: Serendipity
Chapter 15: Fear
"The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time” Mark Twain
For her whole life, she’d assumed she was going to fail. Nobody had much faith in her.
Chapter 14: Memories
Somethings are meant to be remembered and some forgotten.
She remembered when Diana died when she heard it on the radio whilst eating toast. Her Grandad died a week later. She remembered when the twin towers fell. She’d just come home from school and watched the TV, at first thinking it was a movie until she noticed the ‘live’ sign in the corner was real.
Chapter 13: Up Top
“To know that one life has breathed easier because you have lived, that is to have succeeded” Emerson
When she was younger she was nervous about not having the right clothes. Her friends were at a humble state of the middle class and at fourteen years old it was necessary to own certain marks of clothing to avoid bullying.
Chapter 12: Smiles
We should never cry because it’s over but smile because it happened.
She’d forgotten how good it felt to smile. The whole bar was giggling and helping Heather dry off. The bartenders were giving her random clothes. Her cheeks hurt and she couldn’t stop crying from the laughter.
Chapter 11: You
A friend is somebody that knows all about you and still loves you.
When did love become such an important word in the English language? At the same time we realized we were wealthy enough to choose food, rather than be thankful for what we were given? We also get to choose...
Chapter 10: Eyes
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