First, Justin had mistaken her for a boy. Secondly, he criticized her for the way she dressed. And the icing on the cake…her older sister and not she, was the cause of all his wet dreams. Yet, twelve years later who is he married to…yes her. Ironic isn't it?
There was a penniless, wallet less, white boy in my house in the middle of North Philly with cuts and bruises and memory loss and all I had was a pocket knife, three bandages, and a cat to protect me. UPDATED 9/21
JC and Mayra are friends. Well, at least they were a long time ago. Before the music, movies and TV shows, she was there. She thought that JC only saw her as the little girl across the street but little did she know the attraction was mutual. Too bad nothing ever came of it. To him, she'll always be the one that got away.
Spending my Spring Break vacation with my uncle in Virginia Beach is nothing new. I'd been doing it since I was little, after my parents died. But this break is different. He's changing my world and I'm not sure if I can hold on for the ride. Then again, maybe he's the one who can't.
Three years. That's how long it had been since they'd seen each other--since she had walked away from the only man she had ever loved and every day Mayra is haunted by the question: what if. A chance meeting on the beach may give her the answer to her question but is it the answer she's been looking for?
Girls and guys can be friends, right? Well Jaelyn surely hopes so...especially since Justin basically saved her life...well sort of. She has everything a girl could hope for, a great relationship with a loving boyfriend, friends who stand by her side through everything, and a guy who she can't keep her mind off of...just platonic friends right?
From the time they were six, they were like Jack and Jill. Or Batman and Robin. Or pepper and salt. They were two halves of the same whole, two souls united in a platonic, comfortable and easy friendship designed to survive the elements.
But every now and again, there's a bigger plan in motion . . .
They all think he is dead. But he has moved on, he has a new name, a new job, a new life. What happens when the person he least expected to find comes back into his life? Moreover, will he be able to tell her that the man she has once loved is still alive- that he is standing right before her? Or will he crumble at another secret that she has hidden from him for many years?
At least you know You were taken by a pro I know just how you feel She talked a perfect game Deflecting all the blame You took the jack And changed the flat And got behind the wheel-- Now you`re Driving sideways Taken in by the scenery As you`re propelled along And your companion Will not help you to navigate For fear she may be wrong
And you will say That you`re making headway And put it in overdrive But you`re mistaking speed For getting what you need And never even noticing You never do arrive Cause you`re Driving sideways If you roll down the window you`ll see You`re where you don`t belong And your companion Will not help you to navigate For fear she may be wrong
And you`re powered by The hopeful lie That it`s just around the bend And when this, by default Comes screeching to a halt Let`s hope that you Know what to do To start it up again
Driving sideways Hitting scan on the radio So she can sing along And she`ll sit Thinking you`re going to handle it Until she`s proven wrong Until she`s proven wrong Until you prove her wrong
We used to be that couple that everyone wished they could be like. We were soul mates. We understood each other. But then something happened and changed everything. He’s a different person than the one I fell in love with. No matter what, there are always those memories we have… those nights at Duffy’s.
Haha! This line made me laugh "Then why are you looking at me like my dog just peed on your furniture?" LMAO! Yay! Melissa is in the studio recording her 1st song, this is so nice, Im liking this.. :)...