When your name pops up on my phone, I can’t help but smile knowing that wherever you are, with whatever you are doing, a thought of me passed through your mind. The idea that your memory of me made you want to reach out makes me pleased to have you in my life because my… Read More Dreaming Once Again
Starting from the time I open my eyes to the moment I finally let myself rest and sleep after a long day, my heart smiles. It loves the ‘good morning’ texts I receive and deliver to you, knowing maybe, just maybe, it’s making you smile too. I hope it reminds you that someone thinks of… Read More Smile, Love
I’ve never seen that before. A girl is sitting in a row of desks in the library. The sun shines softly through the window onto her light brown hair as it drapes over one side of her face, making her having to continuously brush it out of her eyes or hold it up with her… Read More A Cute Little Date
“Come on in.” I smiled as I greeted you at the front door. “I thought you were moving to a smaller house.” He said looking up to the high ceiling. “I don’t think this considers as a smaller house.” I laughed quietly, “We didn’t move. It’s the same house. Come upstairs.” He slowly followed me… Read More Long Time No See
He swings his bag over his shoulder and walks out of class while putting his earphones back in. With his hands in his pocket and his sunglasses on, he faces the sun outside. “God it’s sunny…” He thinks to himself, walking out to the parking lot. As he walked out, he noticed many people in… Read More Stuck on The Sidewalk
The phone light is the only one in the room as she lays in bed texting her new friend across town. She wonders if it is possible to erase the past and not have to worry what was back there while she walks forward with someone new. She wonders if she will ever have to… Read More Okay.
She wanted a friend. She didn’t care whether they cared or not. She didn’t care if she didn’t know who they were. She wanted someone to talk to. She wanted to have the power to drop them without it hurting her more than them, if it hurt her at all. She wanted company. She wanted… Read More An Online Story