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Back home!Okay first off, I been having problems with my journal entry, it does not work on my end so this is where I will explaining why I disappear for a bit.Back home! by ~Sanna2011
Something happen in my town to one of my brother friend/classmate okay. She try once to take her life and fail at it, the next time she try... Well she did it.... DO NOT ASK ME HOW THAT ALL!... I have been worry sick about my brother, his class, and friends and hoping they will get over this pain of losing a dear friend okay. Lets leave it at that okay no more questions of anything else about it okay.
I got away this weekend with a group of friends to do something awesome to help children in third world countries... What that you may ask?... O.C.C... Operation Christmas Child shoe-boxes, I got to go to the warehouse, and go through every shoe-box, on Sat only, and check for anything that is not aloud in the shoe-box before it gets sent over seas to the children. It was cool, but sad, because I wish my brother at his friends would came do
One Great Christmas Gift! pt.1One Great Christmas Gift! pt.1 by ~Sanna2011
“Are you sure you want to do this Mellissa?” ask an old woman to her daughter Mellissa, holding a small baby, only a two months ago, in her arms, and watching her daughter pack a bag on the bed.
“I have to do it to keep the money coming in, and to keep the greatest gift I have safe too,” Mellissa told her mother, looking at her daughter in her mother arms, and frowning a bit. She knows she had to leave to bring some money, and to keep her daughter safe from danger too.
“Just be careful my daughter, I don’t want your daughter growing up without a mother in her life,” she told Mellissa, looking down at her granddaughter in her arms, and smiling at her daughter sleeping away.
“I will mom, and I will not be very long that all,” Mellissa told her mother, taking her own daughter in her arms, and looking down at her daughter sleeping away. “One day I will be home for the better, and I will make sure you have everything in your life.