Our Love Story
Love is a drug. A drug that we can’t get enough of. It’s addictive and we know it. Do we want this addiction to stop? Hell no. Love is a powerful sensation. Sometimes, we love it, and sometimes we hate it. When people think of love, typically they think of it as being happy. But love can also be sorrowful. The people we thought that loved us, betray us. They cheat, they lie, they ruin us. The person that we thought we loved, may no longer be in your life, but the pain, the memories, everything still lingers. That’s what happened to him.
Cartoon Characters Live in a Different Universe
Have you ever wondered how your favorite cartoon came to be? How one person or a team of people created it out of nothing? They got help, from the cartoons themselves. One person created this theory in the year of 2005 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, under the name of Roxanna Clay. Roxanna was on a team of four people, and they wanted to create a new cartoon that would be popular for young kids to watch. One of her co-workers, with an undisclosed name, went missing for over a week. He was supposed to be with the team brainstorming ideas the entire week. When he came back, he suddenly had an astonishing idea that everyone loved the moment he proposed it.
The cold and sharp pain of a razor against skin was the only thing that kept me sane. I was young, too young to feel like I was worth nothing. I was in 7th grade when I first picked up the razor blade from my step-dad's toolbox. I knew my intention and I was going to do it. The girls in my 6th grade class did it—it had to be cool, right? Oh, how wrong I was. I was naive, broken, distraught. I felt like I deserved the pain when I knew I didn’t. Most people would've said that I was looking for attention—oh, how wrong they were. I did everything in my power to hide it from everyone, especially my parents, and the thigh was the most ideal spot, easily hidden by pants.