It was a long day- seemingly endless. Adia wondered if it would ever end- seeing it as one of her worst days of existence. She always imagined love- just like life- would end abruptly. But she never thought the pain would be melancholy, sickening to the taste buds, and overwhelmingly hopeless. She was only 17, after all. They said she would find someone else- but she was dubious about that wisdom. Falling in love wasn't like eatting a meal- expecting to have it again soon. It was like a cold glass of lemonade on a June day, and you were sooo dehydrated that you couldn't resist. First loves weren't just a coin toss in the air- knowing it would come down with a second chance at trying for the right side. It was so much more then anything she had ever felt.
In more ways then one, she wished that he hadn't lied to her, hadn't betrayed her feelings for him. It didn't matter how he felt about her-- she just wanted him to be honest.
Causes Natalie Holt Supports
American Cancer Society, Stem cell research, further innovation in space travel, Finding cures for multiple diseases such as: diabetes, alzeimers, etc.