Probably my favourite thing about having this teacher crush blog is that at the end of the year I can go through it from the very beginning and watch myself fall in love with him. It was so easy and seamless. It’s like I stitched him into my pocket with my car keys and now I just carry him around everywhere. I took his mannerisms and he took mine. Or maybe they were the same from the start. He changed the way I write and think and live. I don’t know what I changed about him, but I know that he sees me in cat pictures and books. He finds me in self loathing philosophies and stories about God. We share laughs and all of the times we put our hand on each other for just a second- all the moments that nobody else could have noticed. I’m graduating. It’s time to make the first move…
Yesterday, I was staying late at school, still working on my senior project. My sister’s boyfriend offered to drive me home.
He eventually asked me about X because he saw all of the photos on my FB page of the award day ceremony.
Him: You hugged her! How’d that feel?
Me: I’ve hugged her loads of times already. It wasn’t that big a deal.
Him: Were you bummed because it was in front of everybody so you couldn’t grab her ass?
Me: I wouldn’t grab it if it were just us two! That’d be totally inappropriate!
Him: How is her ass by the way?
Me: Oh my God, it’s phenomenal!
Him: (busts out laughing) I LOVE that answer! That was a good one!
Someday share a deep conversation.
Someday smile and it not make things awkward.
Someday make plans to see each other in the future.
Someday hug out of affection instead of congratulations.
Someday call in the middle of the night.
Someday steal a kiss, or two, or three.
Someday share anything and everything.
Pictured top is a snapchat sent by Canadian teenagers Lynnae Cook and Chrissy Jacobs (pictured) within hours of killing 19 year old Serena McKay. Her face, hands and jacket are seen to be covered in their victim’s blood. There had been a dispute between the three girls due to a rumour that Serena had been in contact with Jacobs’ boyfriend, which turned out to be completely unfounded.
Pictured below is a conversation between Cook and Jacobs after Serena’s body was found, indicating that although they had no meant to kill her, they had still beaten her severely. During the ordeal, one of the assailants live streamed the attack onto Facebook where it allegedly remained for around 4 hours. The graphic footage shows Serena lay on the ground being kicked and punched repeatedly whilst crying “I’m sorry” for an offence she hadn’t committed. However, despite claiming they hadn’t meant to kill her and appearing terrified throughout the personal conversation in the image above, one of the girls was heard to say “I don’t want to fucking see her alive” during the video clip posted online.
Since Serena’s body was found on 23rd April 2017, both girls have been arrested and are facing murder charges.