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"Life is a journey, not a destination."

Witty has become part of my life over the past two years, and I can say that it has changed me. For better or for worse, I do not know, but it has made an impact. I've met some of the most beautiful and amazing people on here who will forever be in my heart, and their stories will remain with me wherever life takes me. I just want you all to remember that life may be pretty rocky now, but it will get smoother. Eventually. No matter how hard you think it is, ending it will never be the answer. Hang in there, it gets better, I promise. I hope life takes you where you wish to be.

lovecrazy's Favorite Quotes

When you're
struggling with something, look at all
the people around
you, and realize that every single person you see is struggling with something, and to
, it's just as hard
as what you're going through.

Dear John

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Just your skin against the window,
It should've been me inside that car.

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It seems like yesterday, Heaven gained 26 angels.

A year ago today, we lost 26 angels. I still remember sitting in a lockdown for four hours, not knowing what was happening. The school turned off the wifi, so nobody could find out about anything. All we were told was that there was a shooting in Newtown. At the moment, we didn't know where it was or who started it, so we sat in silence. One girl was texting her sister in the high school at the time-I was in 8th grade. We found out at least 20 people were dead, but we didn't know who. While my teacher sobbed, we sat there without trying to show any emotions. Our doors were locked, the police officers came to the school and patrolled the area. We still didn't know what was going on, but one teacher in 8th grade left the school because somehow her daughter was involved. We ever we had to go bathroom, police officers had to escort us. We didn't have any food for about four hours, too. We just sat and waited, until it came about time to go home. One teacher was hysterically crying to us to just get home safe. She hugged everyone single one of her students, including me. When we sat through a whole bus, everyone was quiet still. But when I got home, my parents just sat me down and had me watch the news. I sat in front of the tv, watching al the live coverage. You may say it was a year ago and to get over it, but when I live 20 minutes from the place that was hurt, I just can't. I think about it every day. I have nightmares every night. It's not something you just forget. You can forget the lives of 26 innocent people. It's impossible. The only thing that I can do is remember that awful day that took place one year ago today.

Gave birth on the steps, call it stepchild.
It's so hard to believe it's already been one year since the shooting at Sandy Hook. 26 innocent people were taken way too soon and will never be forgotten. Being a resident of a neighboring community, I want to do something. In honor of all of those lost and affected, I ask you to do one act of random act of kindness. You never know how much that action will impact someone until you try.
Fly high, 26 angels. 

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  E A S I L Y   F I L L    HIS SHOES?

my teacher was like "you can fit 63 earths into Uranus" and I was like...
..."64 if you relax"
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So can we just slow down,
while you make this

Just slow down,
so my heart don't