I want your all time attention; when you need me and when you don’t. When you’re lonely and when you’re not. When you don’t feel like talking, I want you to share your silence with me and when you do, make sure you give me every little detail you can think of. When you’re mad, pour it all on me, against me and I’ll take you. When you’re sad, crawl within my heart and make home of me, let me feel you. Complain, I love it when you do. Go away and let me run after you, I know you love it when I do. But at the end of the day please, don’t forget to love me like you always make me crave you ‘cause I’m greedy in your love and you’re the one to heal me.
One of my projects is the story of a Mexican Catholic girl and an Ashkenazi Jewish boy. Due to a citywide disaster, their large feuding families are forced to move in together. There's tension due to religious differences and an unresolved dispute from years back. Because there's a tight focus on these two families and their home life, what are some things I could write that would ground readers and read as authentic? FMC is second generation immigrant, MMC grandpa was holocaust generation.