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A few years back, my family and I were at an amusement park.
My dad was wearing his U.S. Army Retired hat like usual.
While we were there, a huge security guard started to walk towards him in a threatening manner, so my dad started to get ready for a scuffle.
When the guard finally reached my dad, he shook his hand and thanked him for his service.
People think I don’t bring money for food at school because they think I have an eating disorder.
When really, I save the money.
My family is quite poor.
I keep the money just in case my family needs it for something important in the future.
Last year my friend’s eight month old son passed away.
I was upset and my 5 year old son asked what was wrong. I explained what had happened. He smiled and said, “tell your friend not to worry.
Her baby is with daddy’s grandma, our dog Jessie, Gus the bird and that dead moth we found under the bed. He is okay.” Riley, your huge heart GMH
Back in May, one of my classmates at school died of lymphoma after battling it since the start of our freshman year.
Today, I walked into school and saw senior hallway decorated with wrapping paper and signs with her initials. Our spirit was high for the first time in a long time.
I know she’s watching over our class from up there.
KML, you GMH
My sister would have been at my house in five minutes.
I called her because I couldn’t wait to tell her about a silly thing my dog had done.
I heard metal on metal, and the phone went dead.
She died in a car crash. All because I couldn’t wait five minutes for her to get to the house.
Last week we had our first kiss.
We were walking and all of a sudden it started pouring rain. You took me by the hand and we ran over to the sidewalk corner. I started to walk away but you grabbed me and pulled me close and kissed me.
It was everything I imagined it would be. I love you and that will always be “our corner.”
I’m a Japanese American, so, unfortunately, getting plenty of dirty looks during our WWII History unit comes with the territory.
One day, after a unit on Pearl Harbor, I got the most mean stares I ever have.
My best friend, Elise, did more staring in that class than anyone. Not at me, though - at the people who glared at me. Elise, you GMH