Paragraph Requests

Give me a sentence (leave it on my blog message), and I'll make a paragraph using it - using it either at the start, in the middle, or even the end! Anyone can give me a sentence request for this, and I'll try and turn it into a paragraph as soon as I can! Example: Sentence: The trees swished in the breeze. Paragraph: I lifted my hand up to brush my hair out of my face. The forest was now quiet, except for the sound of the trees that swished in the breeze. I'd left home only half an hour ago, and although I'd never wanted to go back, I was now doubting myself. Get it? Good! Well drop me a sentence and I'll get writing!

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When signs are heavy, and you know you have it, don't forget to smile. (Requested by Lia-loves-cookies)

 

My life is a misery. A total mess. I fail at everything. School work. Social life. Music. Anything you name, I suck at it. And it's always been like that since Dad died. I'd always been his little girl, and he was always my big daddy. We'd always have so much fun together: playing in the park, blowing up balloons, swinging high on the swing. There was never a day I wouldn't spend any time with him. He was the best Dad ever. Until it all began to unravel... It was when he moved out that everything changed. I only got to see him at the weekends, and even then it wasn't enough. But as time flew over me, it flew over him too, and in no time, he was telling us the news, the news that he was moving to America. America. Of all places. It's just so far away. And I just couldn't cope. And that's when I snapped - big time. He was in America, doing some work. He was stressed, leaving work extra late, and driving home in the dark, his eyes black and tired. It was the night of my birthday that I heard it. What had happened. How he'd skidded off the road, and caused a major accident. He didn't survive, there was no chance. He was dead - just like that. Nothing I could do to help. I have nothing to remember him by, because he took everything with him to America, except for this one picture of us. I'm holding his hand, and we're walking along the path. I'm smiling. He's smiling too. And there's one line that's placed beneath it (his own words): When signs get heavy, and you know you have it, don't forget to smile. And then I did just that. Smiled. And every doubt went away. All I had in mind was the good times we had together. The best of times.

 

*This is quite a sad one, but it's true. Smiling helps. So everyone should try it :)*

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