Imperfect Just May Be Enough

A girl named Katarina has some major problems. She "lost" her deceased grandmas precious 24kt necklace. Precious as in has been in the family for many generations. Not to mention she is a liar,cheater,stealer..... do I need to go on? Join Katarina as we follow her on her amazing adventure that shows the bad and good side to all of her problems that leads her to think imperfect just may be enough.

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15. There's No Point Anymore

  How could I lose my best friend? I thought we were BFF's but I guess she doesn't feel the same way. Suddenly, my door knob moves back and forth making me jump a little. "Come in...." I say nervously. Jason walks through the door and makes himself at home. "Um....why are you here Jason?" He's hesitant, which is very strange coming from my smart ass brother. "I heard what happened today..." he says. "Great. Just GREAT. You know what Jason, I don't need your pity so you can leave." I say coldly towards him. "No it's not that....it's..." he says trailing off. "Well spit it out. I haven't got all day." I say with the same tone I had before. "Look, I heard mom and dad talking. They're considering military school for you, Katarina." I gasped. MILITARY SCHOOL???? That is the stupidest thing I have EVER heard of! "No...that can't be true. Maybe you just heard wrong." I say looking down. "Believe what you want, but it's what I heard. "He says with some actually sympathy from him. "Why would they do that to me?!" I say with disbelief in my voice. Why would they be so CRUEL as to do that to me? "What do you expect? You cheated. You got expelled. You pretended to hide great grandma's necklace. Something tells me 'am I being to harsh' isn't exactly running through their minds." He has a point. What I've done is unforgivable. "Well... thanks for telling me. But you should really go." He gets up and pats me on the shoulder then walks out.

 MILITARY SCHOOL. There is no way I'm going there. With the ugly uniforms and all of the hard labor, I won't survive a day. I don't intend to either. It became clear what I had to do. I would never be able to live it down and my parents certainly wouldn't let me. There was nothing else to do really. Except to....run away.

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