I get it.I get it.I get it. by ~Kidforlife
Parents are just people, right? they make mistakes, can be selfish, give in to weakness and anger just like anybody.
I get it.
I get that you worked so hard to keep food on the table and a roof overhead. I get that you tried your best to work for a better future. I get that getting your education helped you make a better life later.
I get it.
I get that you're sick, that you can't get through a day without a pounding head. I get that you're frustrated with the change in your life and you feel helpless. I get that it's hard to adjust to a new role in the family when you were so different before.
I get it.
I get that you just w
Gabriel's Blessings, Part 2She woke up to the smell of food. Her stomach growled. She sat up and looked around. A small folding lap table sat by the fire, but other than that, her surroundings hadn't changed. She stood up and walked toward the fire. It was crackling cheerily, and one of the logs was just put in, completely unburned as of yet. Someone had just been here. But who?Gabriel's Blessings, Part 2 by ~Kidforlife
Well whoever it was, they had set out breakfast. Three or four over easy eggs, some buttered toast, and some strips of some kind of meat, it looked like steak, cooked rare.
At first, she hesitated. But she was STARVING and it smelled soo good. She polished off the eggs and toast quickly, then
Gabriel's Blessings - Part 1It was cold, dark, and rainy. The young woman pulled her wet long hair out of her face and held up her camping lantern. All her camping gear was on her back in a huge pack. Her slender frame seemed much too small to hold up such a large burden, but it didn't seem to slow her down even a little as she hopped from stone to stone on the rocky terrain. She had been hiking and camping every weekend of her whole life with her father. She was a born and bred outdoors woman.Gabriel's Blessings - Part 1 by ~Kidforlife
But this night... She had never seen such overwhelming darkness. Usually, even in the rain, the moonlight would come through a little. But tonight, even with her lantern, she co