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TollyThis is how it ends, standing at the edge of a cliff leaning over looking at the rocky bottom. I was ready to take the leap. I could feel the wind blowing on my back, pushing me ever so closer to the edge. It was as if nature wanted to help me. Everything was wanting me to do this. Closing my eyes I let myself lean forward. I knew, I just knew this was what had to happen. I had to jump.
The sun was shining through the curtain of my room burning my unopened eyes. Stretching and rolling over onto my back I didn’t want to wake up yet. It was already late in the morning though. The sun had penetrated into my room, making every inch of my small bedroom ungodly bright. Sitting up I rubbed my eyes, and opened them slowly so they would adjust easily. Moving over the side of my bed I pushed my feet over and let them rest against the smooth wood floor before standing. Pushing myself up I stood
Nick and Kiki Chapter 12It was uncomfortable on the car ride home from the doctors. Kiki was sitting in silence her newly dulled eyes watching the scenery go by. I was having trouble keeping the mist of tears from clouding my eyes, I couldn't cry, not yet, I needed to make it home safe. I also needed to be strong for Kiki, she was taking it so hard. "Kiki, I... I know it seems bad now but we will make it work," I glanced over at her trying to keep my voice from cracking. "The doctor said that it would be harder for us not impossible," I wiped my eyes with the back of my hand when I looked back at the road.
She looked over at me with a dull, dead expression. "How? How can we Nick?" Her voice was barley over a whisper, all of the hope and joy was stolen from her. She turned and looked out the window at the passing scenery. Her shoulders started so shake slightly as soft sniffles escaped her.
Kiki and I had just found out it would be hard for us to have kids. Fertility wasn't the reason. Both of us had a good ch
Nick and Kiki Ch 11We stepped out of the cab once it pulled up to the entrance of The Apple Farm. The air was permeated with the sweet and fresh smell of apples, you could almost taste them. As I paid the cab driver I could hear that Kiki was enjoying herself. I turned to see what she was doing. "Kiki," I laughed watching her run, more like dance, around like a child, "we have to get our luggage." She looked at me and muttered something that sounded like, "Spoil sport." I gave her a soft kiss on the lips in an attempt to make up for it.
We made our way across the dirt path bringing the two big suit cases and two littler ones up to the main office. "Glad I brought my boots," Kiki said as she lifted up her feet to remind me once again about her cowboy boots. They where light brown and teal, matching her brown and teal checkered shirt. "You look amazing in them Kiki. Just like a fancy cowgirl," That got a blush to cross her face. I kept looking at her and I still couldn't believe that I married her. Someone
StressA few semesters ago I found that de-stressing during finals can be so much more fun than the finals themselves.
That is because I created a party for one. There was crazy hand flailing that resembled dancing, lots of stimulants (like tons of coffee, soda, etc.), and bananas, which I'm, well, highly allergic to.
This magically delicious potassium-filled fruit not only relieves stress, but gives the consumer a boost of energy. Not unlike the charge of energy you get when you pry a waffle out of the toaster with a fork.
As a wise man on BBC's Doctor Who once said, "Always take a banana to a party ... bananas are good." As well as Don't Break the Ice, always bring Don't Break the Ice, too. Who doesn't like to play Don't Break the Ice?.
While I may look and act like a crazy person with a touch of sexy supermodel thanks to my swollen lips and tongue, I manage to pass my finals. I might not know how because I can't remember anything as I take my finals, but I do pass.
Now I ritual that works
From the first time I laid eyes on you I knew that you were the one for me. I knew that this time would come but I didn't know it would be so soon. I can still remember the moment when you stole my heart. Now I have to say my final goodbye. Knowing that this will my last moments with you breaks my spirit with every passing second. Watching you leave was one of the hardest things I've ever had to do. Your deep ethereal blue made me love you.
I know our love wouldn't be accepted by all but it was true. I've known you for only two years but I feel that it has been forever. I first really felt that connection on my twentieth birthday. That was the first time I really met you. You drove up to my house your engine growling pulling me in. In that moment I knew that the spark was there.
The first time I drove you was like a dream. The connection I thought I felt was solidified. By the time I got home I was obsessed. You were all I could think about. I would wait for you and watch for you every
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