here’s the deal, i love you! the first time i saw you i wouldn’t have guessed we would become such good friends. but you’re my babygirl and i wouldn’t have it any other way (except for of course, the whole thing where you go back to germany :[ ). i really loved all of the random conversations we’ve had where we told eachother about how we felt about things we love, and hate, and even teen pregnancy ♥ haha i really like hugging you randomly throughout the day! :D the first time you almost left hit everyone hard, but i’m so glad mrs.sherry rescued you and brought you home. you’ve had such an outrageous adventure here in the lame town of port st.john and you’re going to leave your mark on EVERYONE. it’s weird that you came to this town, out of any town in the US. from the start everyone was mesmerized by you, and you continued to surprise everyone with your compassion and consistent love. you broke the barrier between awkward new girl and popular girl. you were welcomed in by everyone and everyone still wants to be you or at least be your best friend from FL! little girls at our school try to dress like you and guys try to make you theirs. everyone realizes the beauty inside and outside of you, and they love you. but they don’t love you like i love you♥ even though they’ve seen you around school, or talked to you twice, or they talk to you everyday they can’t possibly feel how i feel about my babymama. they’ve never woken up to you wanting to talk about weird things,and they’ve never heard you babble in german over the phone while you pace around the house. no one loves your like your best friends and your boyfriend and your FL mommy & daddy :) don’t ever forget how much we love you because we’ll never forget you,ever. thank you for everything, i love you so much.”
-This is one of my favorite yearbook entries (june 2008) by the lovely Alexis Mire.
I love and miss you with everything i am.
Marilyn by Milton Greene in 1954.