Sept the Ninth
Keeping this one short, because I have a place to be today.
After completely forgetting about it, I remembered that I have a cell phone this morning, and I turned it on. And guess what? There weren’t zero messages. There weren’t 19 either, but there weren’t zero. There were two, one from Harry inviting me to a house party the day I lost my shit (kind’a wish I got that, but glad I missed it all the same) and one from Keaton a few days later saying Harry mentioned he never heard from me and he wanted Keaton to check in.
These texts gave me an idea, Journal: I’m going to go to the library today. Not only will it get me out of my parents’ house, but I’ll be able to surprise Harry and show him that I’m totally fine. Besides, I vaguely remember telling him I’d go to the library so he could give me a tour or whatever, I think he works there or something. Whatever, I’ll find out today!
I already ate my licorice oatmeal and brushed my teeth and showered (first time in about a week, feels so good!!), I just wanted to touch base with you before I left. I’m a little anxious, to be honest, and writing always helps calm me down.
But you already knew that. Oh Journal, what would I do without you?
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Say thankya, good buddy. ‘Preciate ya. Long days and pleasant nights~
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