Autumn Raine Moulton-Pierce

Autumn Raine Moulton-Pierce

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  • Autumn Raine Moulton-Pierce
    Published 12 days ago
    The reality we live in...

    The reality we live in...

    I have always had something that just did not sit right with me in the world. Everyone is so damn rude and full of themselves. I just do not understand what is it that possess people to treat others like they are less. No one deserves that. I have always thought of myself as a pretty morally based woman. I see something that is wrong, I speak up. I do not sit in silence and simply watch. That is not very humane. That is the issue with the world, humanity. It seems like there is so much missing that no one actually cares to bring attention to it. That is what is wrong with this world. If you do not believe me, I will show you.
  • Autumn Raine Moulton-Pierce
    Published 14 days ago
    The ghosts of my past

    The ghosts of my past

    SEBRING FLORIDA 2011
  • Autumn Raine Moulton-Pierce
    Published 14 days ago
    Catching up

    Catching up

    Good morning, my name is Autumn Raine. Yes, that is my legal middle name. To start with, I am nineteen years old, I have five brothers and sisters (I am the second oldest), and I am getting a divorce. Let's travel back to May of 2018, I was standing in line after school to get my senior prom tickets and my friend introduced me to Josh Lewis. He was very handsome, defined jaw line, bright blue eyes, and a perfect smile. He was skinny but not too skinny, lean but not ripped. At first I paid no mind to him, until the night of prom. My friends and I had a falling out at prom and I as left stranded with no ride home. My friend had come as his date, but she was leaving to go hang out with her boyfriend who was not allowed in. I went up to her to see if she would stay a bit longer so she could give me a ride home, but instead she insisted I ask Josh. So, I did and he said yes. We hung out the rest of the night until the end of prom. He drove me home in his 2006 Scion Tc. We exchanged phone numbers and he drove off. We were messaging late that night and decided to hang out, so I finished the dishes and told my mom I was heading out for a bit. We went to the beach and we talked for hours and hours, before we knew it, it was three in the morning and I had to be up early. He drove me home and I was starstruck. Never would I have known what was going to come next.