‘No matter what happens, i always end up alone’ i put my pen down and stared at the first words i had written in my diary. Someone, somewhere, at some time had given it to me. It was pink and fluffy so it must have been when i was a girl, words floated in my head and i put those down too ‘Gloriously and ignorantly happy’
i was never very socially inclined, through middle school and well into high-school my parents were my only friends, then in the 12th grade there was a car accident and they both died.
I was alone.
My aunt Jenny took me in and i got into college. For a while i didn’t have any friends at all till aunt Jenny and i started to really talk and slowly the hole inside me began to fill up, then came the heart attack and she died.
i was alone.
i was old enough to take care of myself and my college fund was still intact so i didn’t have to drop out or anything. I graduated and got a good job at a publishing firm. I met Daniel, he was my world and once again i was ‘gloriously and ignorantly happy’. One day, i woke up and he was gone.
I was alone.
Now i own several firms and businesses and my villa home is worth millions of dollars. i am surrounded constantly by the rich and noble of birth, clinking glasses and making toasts.
I am alone