all of my siblings have biblical names except for me. if that wasnt foreshadowing I dont know what is.

so, maybe this is a selfish thought. but whats going on is that my younger sister is graduating 8th grade on the same day, and at the same time, as my high school graduation. so basically my family won’t be there for my entire graduation ceremony, and will probably leave halfway though to go see my sister’s. I worked really hard the last few months of school, and really tried to get my head in the game, if you will, and turn some really bad grades around, specifically in math.

 there was a point, a few weeks ago that I honestly thought i wasn’t going to make it…that I wasn’t going to graduate with my class. I worked hard, and it ended up working out… But for my sister, school is easy for her, she’s great in math, and it wasn’t a struggle at all for her to get to this point. I understand that 8th grade promotion is a big deal, especially for her, and I don’t think that I’m more important or that my family should just not go to her promotion, I guess I’m just a little upset that I wont really have anybody there the entire time, just for me. That nobody will be sitting there the entire time, watching me accomplish 12 years of school, and move on to bigger and better things. I just wish that they could be there is all. it just makes me a little sad.

thats probably really selfish, and i know it’s not their fault— i know that if they could they would go to both of our graduations, but it still makes me really, really sad. Oh well. 

"Now, most kids, when they’re four years old and they get separated from their parents, they start to panic a little bit. But not my son, my son just goes over to the bar and orders himself a drink."


My sister, ladies and gents...

  • my little sister: Kelly.
  • me: Hmm?
  • sis: I'm going to die alone.
  • sis: because I hate everyone,
  • sis: and I'm awkward.
  • me: You're not going to die alone,
  • sis: How do you know?
  • me: because if anyone is going to die alone here,
  • me: its me.
  • sis:
  • me:
  • sis: yeah, you're probably right.


A boy with a secret

A boy with a secret

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"Everything I touch falls apart…And now I’m afraid to pee."

My brother.