The Porcelain Doll

She was different, but yet it was refreshing. She was the difference that I needed in my life, and that I so desperately wanted. No, I didn't want her; I needed her. She was the kind of girl that would rather sit at home and read a book instead of go to parties full of strangers. She was the kind of girl that would rather make her own cup of tea instead of stopping at Starbucks. She was different, and I loved it. I loved how she had one dimple instead of two. I loved how she was quiet and shy when she met new people. I loved how she spent more time thinking about everything than handing out her opinion about everyone. But yet I couldn't say I loved her. I cared for her, that was it. Because if I loved that ginger-haired girl, all hell would break loose. She was like a porcelain doll; so beautiful, yet so easy to break.

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She was different, but yet it was refreshing. She was the difference that I needed in my life, and that I so desperately wanted. No, I didn't want her; I needed her.

She was the kind of girl that would rather sit at home and read a book instead of go to parties full of strangers. She was the kind of girl that would rather make her own cup of tea instead of stopping at Starbucks.

She was different, and I loved it. I loved how she had one dimple instead of two. I loved how she was quiet and shy when she met new people. I loved how she spent more time thinking about everything than handing out her opinion about everyone.

But yet I couldn't say I loved her. I cared for her, that was it. Because if I loved that ginger-haired girl, all hell would break loose.

She was like a porcelain doll; so beautiful, yet so easy to break.

A/N:

New story! :) I'm hoping that you guys like it, because it was just an idea I came up with. I'm trying to make the character a little bit like myself, because I want people to kind of get an idea of how I think about things. Most people are really judgmental and don't understand exactly what others are thinking, and why they would make certain choices. This is a reminder to everyone that even if it looks wrong to you, there's probably a reason behind it. Just because the choice I chose is different than what you would have done doesn't mean I didn't have reason behind it.

Try to process this story a little bit as you read it, because I'm hoping that this will teach everyone a little bit about trying not to be judgmental so quickly about another person's choices.

And by the way, to tell me how you think I'm doing or if I need to change anything, just comment or like my story! Only constructive criticism though! I don't want to hear anything negative.

Thank you so much, and sorry for the terribly long author's note. I hope you enjoy this story!

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