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I have much to tell you and not so much time to tell it so I have decided to write you a letter, hopefully this will do the trick.
In less than a year you will have graduated from Lawrencehill, and though you do not know it yet you will have changed. But that is not what is important what is important is that you not be afraid to be yourself. I know that your life hasn’t been easy, your father is not around, and you mother, for the most part, is consumed with her work. And when she is there all she does is nag you. You have never felt like she really understands who you are but you’ve always been too afraid to tell her. So afraid that instead of being yourself you’ve hid it in a little box under your bed and have tried as hard as possible to live up to her expectations.
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I love this blog post, especially because sometimes I feel the same way. There is nothing wrong in my opinion with a good rant as long as you are able to captivate your audience and honestly tell your story.
I wish I could say that I have this amazing, new before heard of, end all solution but I really don’t think it’s that revolutionary.
Because the answer is simple:
I dance often and listen to music like there’s no tomorrow.
As a writer I naturally see a story in everything and everyone and while writing does help me to stay upbeat music is truly the solution.
I love all types of music expect for real country music and heavy metal and when I hear music it’s like a story playing out in my head. Except for this story doesn’t have any words it’s just full of dance moves.