10. Dear Clara
I guess you could say we’re sort of alike right? We both know what it’s like to go through the hard reality of loosing someone. How do you know they won’t come back? You’re accurate on that thought, I forget that it’s alright to mess up sometimes too, but I don’t hold it against myself. If you focus too much on what happened in the past, you’ll never be able to fix it in the future. You shouldn’t worry about trying to be perfect, because you’re already setting yourself up for failure. You cannot accomplish something that doesn’t exist, if you go out and find me the definition of perfect, then I’ll agree with you, but from what I understand of it, “Perfect” is just someone’s image of someone else. You’re right chocolate is delicious and appealing, so you win this battle, it wasn’t a bad comparison…but then again it wasn’t the best. I guess you’re right, there isn’t much choice for you to go anywhere else, not to bring up that fact. Biting and stabbing? You’re brothers and sister sound…lovely? That’s a bit vicious, I feel slightly bad for you, it’s completely different here. I’m an only child, so when we order pizza, we’ll have leftovers in the fridge for almost 4 weeks before someone will finally throw the damn thing out. I started playing guitar when I was 6, when my uncle played it at a Christmas party up at our cottage. My parents are uptight, but what do you expect, my dads a doctor and my moms a business woman, fun and games aren’t exactly their forte. That’s why I spend all my time up at my uncles during the summer, while they’re away on some stupid business trip. He’s a studio recorder, which I think is the best job in the entire world, considering you get to work with all sorts of different artist, it’s crazy.