Hi, Miss! First, Congratulations! It’s been years. I remember the first time I read this book. It was on CC, way back years ago, together with other famous writers in wattpad now. Alex’s character gave me a big blow. I mean, the female power. With the pain that she carries with her, she was brave enough to make revenge. Though, revenge is not a good thing but I guess it was also a blessing in disguise because she met Ethan. I realized, love is really eternal.
I also remember times when preliminary exam is approaching but I had to finish the book! So I decided not to study at all. (Not certain if I passed the exam after that. Hahahaha). Anyways, Congratulations again, Miss! I am submitting this entry to let you know that your fans/supporters always have your back even before! And I am very happy to see that the writer I kept on following since you were in CC is now living the dream. More power!
P. S. My name is Cheslee, idontlovehim on WP. “Audentes fortuna iuvat” – I used that line from your writings to keep moving. Thank you for giving us motivation!
I got watching Red Sox vs Blue Jays and true fans of Jays know they’re not the greatest MLB’s ever yet it’s the only Canadian team out there (sshh I know) that matters to me, okay?
I literally set that up as ‘Red vs Blue’. Someone laugh damn it.
Anyway back in 2009 I went to Boston and went to Fenway. The tickets sucked since they were standing only so yeah. Bought my brother a Red Sox cap and I did my fucking best to get him the right one and he still complained. Not ever buying him something again after that.
Think what amused the hell out of me is since my friend and I were on transit - I saw some dude wearing a Blue Jays jersey and my friend and I were like, “Ooh he’s brave for wearing that in the streets.” We are not in Atlanta, yet hella brave.
My friend brought up a good point while we were there though, “Wearing the opposing teams jersey in Boston is like asking for death. I have seen brawls on transit because of it.” Can’t blame her for wanting to leave early since the Sox won.
On the train back - the train cars were already getting packed yet since we were so tiny (both under 5′2″) we managed to get a hold of the middle support with a bunch of drunks.
Of course I factored this in as the car started going and the dude was telling his pals as I was at armpit height with him - “Man, I feel bad for anyone whose short on this car.”
I poked my head over from his armpit and sarcastically said, “REALLY?? Thanks for that!” I never thought it was possible yet I cracked up that entire train with laughter. His pals were laughing so fucking hard.
Clearly we were on the right train car with the right kind of drunks. You make someone laugh and while it’s cathartic in itself for that person - making someone laugh also lets everyone around you know that you’re not in any way shape or form a threat to them.
It’s the best force of disarming someone. It’s the funnest form. I don’t care if my team loses, I love baseball as it is. I used to play softball as a kid and I swear it was the only thing for along time that made me happy. I love the environment of a game, because everyone there while they may root for the opposing team is there to have a good time.
I actually really liked Boston and I wish I had some more time there. It reminded me of a small town yet it was a huge place. My friend wanted to take me to the Endicott Library yet my brain when I hear the word Endicott brings up a far different meaning since in my region it’s associated the society that aids those with handicaps.
So of course trying to mesh those two things was like water and oil.
i'm so annoyed at myself for not being brave enough to do anything, and even though i know its a good thing that i wouldn't dare say anything about my feelings just yet, the thought that i really don't have it in me to say something even after they stop being my teacher really kills me...
If you feel like you physically can’t tell them, maybe it’s a good thing.
Hi, Miss! First, Congratulations! It’s been years. I remember the first time I read this book. It was on CC, way back years ago, together with other stories of famous writers in wattpad now. Alex’s character gave me a big blow. I mean, the female power. With the pain that she endures that time, she was brave enough to make revenge. Though, revenge is not a good thing but I guess it was also a blessing in disguise because she met Ethan. I realized, LOVE is really eternal.
Anyways, Congratulations again, Miss! I am submitting this entry to let you know that we, your fans/supporters always have your back, no matter what! And I am very happy to see that the writer we admire (since you were in CC) is now living the dream. More power!
P. S. My name is Cheslee, idontlovehim on WP. “Audentes fortuna iuvat” – I used that line from one of your writings to keep moving. Thank you for giving us motivation!