Different part 2

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Hello! Thank-you guys so much for readind part one, and part two. Part three should be coming out very soon, so please look out for it if you want to read. I'm so glad you guys liked Different part one enough to read Different part two. That is all I wanted to say: thank you oh so very much.

Oh yeah, I almost forgot that I wanted to say this one other thing. I love your guys' comments, so you know, continue to comment. I check them almost every day on my quizes, so I guess that would be another thank you. The very first person to comment, just possibly (will), might (will), get a shout out on Different part three. Bye-bye, I think.

Created by: TNMEBDMS girl

  1. Okay guys, I've made you wait long enough. This is officially part 2.
  2. Chapter 2: It's 6:30 a.m. I drag myself out of my warm and cozy bed. I ate breakfast, got dressed, and walked to school (the high school is a couple of blocks away, but that way I have to think). When I got to school, I was greeted by the 12th grade school representative, some guy named David.
  3. David gave me my schedule for my classes. It turns out David and I have all the same classes together, so he could show me where each one is. Our schedules consisted of these classes: calculus, chemistry, english, history, french, and gym. The only class I really have a problem with is P.E. I stink at every sport ever played.
  4. During lunch period I walked in the cafeteria knowing nowhere to sit. After fumbling around a little, David finally asked of I wanted to sit with him and his friends. He introduced me to his friends: Miranda, her boyfriend Justin, and Ally, David's girlfriend. I tell by looking at them that I don't belong here. Is there any end to this tortuous life?
  5. It turns out Miranda, Ally, and Justin are in my classes too. In French class (he admitted this), Justin can't pronounce anything right. He goes around saying "wet wet" instead of "oui oui", and we can't help but to laugh at his mistakes. That's not it either, he pronounces everything wrong.
  6. Another thing about Miranda, Ally, David, and Justin, is that they can laugh at anything. I think that they're the first real friends I've made in a long time. Still, nobody can ever replace Angelea. They do help me get my mind of her though; just enough to stop the silent crying of remembering. I still feel like the odd one out; different.
  7. I don't think anyone or anything will ever stop that feeling of being different. It's hard being me. It's hard being different from everyone else. Crying myself to sleep each night doesn't help anything. I keep wishing for something good to happen to me, but I know it won't. Forever, different.
  8. The dragged on slowly in P.E. I couldn't wait for it to be over. The day was a century in itself. Ever tick of the clock drove me crazy. I was wasting time wishing for the bell to ring.
  9. They say life is too short to waste. To me life is way too long, and goes by too slowly. People always seem to be wasting their time, anyway. Besides, there's always something to wait for. One day I'll finally understand what all of this means.
  10. Before the bell rings, however, I have some time to do one thing: think. I thought about how everything- and everyone- comes and goes. It leaves without a trace of existence. It's lost until the very end of time itself. Never to return again. Nothing good ever happens to last forever.
  11. If you love something, set it free, if it comes back, it was meant to be. Nothing ever really comes back to you. Does that mean nothing is ever meant to be? The answer life has shown me is yes.
  12. That's the end of chapter 2! Sorry it took so long and sorry it wasn't as good as part 2... Bye.

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