For SquimpmunklvrA little girl.That's really the only way to describe her. She was tiny by nature, short in stature, thin as a rail, a tiny, tiny thing. She was not, however, malnourished or unloved. She was, in fact, very loved by the both of her parents, who worked very hard to provide her with nice toys and games for her love, when all she really needed was them.Her parents hard work had provided them with a nice house out in the country, a long commute for the both of them but it was worth it to ensure a proper upbringing of their daughter.She spent many days alone, just playing by herself in their large backyard that lacked a fence. Trees surrounded it, and she knew better than to go into the trees. She would often look up at the sky, as most little girls do, and point out pictures in the clouds and dream of flying in the sky. She always thought that maybe, just maybe if she kept looking, something would come by and she'd be able to fly somehow.A child's dream, really.One day, she
Love, Life, FearStop your crying.I'm not lying.Everything will be alright.There is no need for fright.Little child, you are free.One day, please see.That the world has so much to give.As long as you open your eyes, take it in, and live.
Dear 2010Dear 2010,Please don't be horrible. Sincerely,The World.
Beatles4eveah"G-Grandma?"Juli asked her grandmother, a usually calm woman, who was now running around the room frantically."Yes, dear?"She said sweetly, throwing books off a shelf."What are you doing?"Her grandmother smiled sweetly at her. Juli was only staying with her for the week during her winter break and since she arrived everything had been calm (re. Boring)"Oh, an old friend of mine is coming over. She's from Romania and travels a lot-""Why are you tearing apart the house?"Her grandmother stared at her and told her something that she never in her life thought she would hear her grandmother say."Gypsies don't particularly like order much, dear."Juli raised an eyebrow."Gypsy? So she traveled around a lot and what? Did belly dancing or something while someone else stole wallets?"Her grandmother chuckled."She was a fortune teller. Although sometimes I think that she can do more than just tell the future. Maybe, just maybe she could change it."Her grandmother gave a dreamy sigh, th