♥ / When I started high school, I couldn’t wait to get out of Dillon. I thought that every book I read was like a rung on a ladder that I built to escape this town that was all about high school football and nothing else. And now that I’m actually getting close to leaving, I’m starting to appreciate that I was shaped by my town, that I have different viewpoint than every other person. I guess what I’m trying to say is that I’m surprised by how happy I am to be from where I’m from.
#the more tv i watch the more i LOVE julie (x)
“We don’t have any money. I’m in the tenth grade. It was my first time, and I threw it away. And I don’t want to throw my life away. It’s just, it’s just really obvious that my mom wants me to have this abortion. Because I was her mistake, and she has just struggled and hurt, every day. And she wanted better. And I knew better. And I was just thinking, you know, forget what she wants. Like, what do I want? Maybe I could take care of this baby, and maybe I would be good at it. And I could love it, and I would be there for it. And then I just think about how awful it would be, if I had the baby, and then I spent the rest of my life resenting him. Or her.”