Just Sixteen

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  1. devangana says:

    Liked the post and these lines, A lot of people who have known me can feel the change for good and those who don’t will certainly be surprised. Being receptive to whatever life brings – the best way to live contented.

  2. Ananya Tales says:

    Thanks for the share and you know that I enjoyed reading it and seeing your lovely pics !

  3. emily0830 says:

    Great post, thanks for sharing! I was also that ostracized girl, and when I was younger I thought it was my fault; maybe for not trying hard enough to be friendly or to adjust to what other kids expected I should be. As I grew up I realized there was nothing wrong with me and that it’s better to be yourself than a second rate version of someone else. As difficult as it was at the time, I’m proud of the fact that I’ve always been true to myself, regardless of social pressure. It is definitely a rocky road but it’s worthwhile in the end. 🙂

  4. brokenquiet says:

    I love how you mentioned that you were particular about what pencil you used. I loved the feeling of a pencil or pen in my hand when I was 16, but it had to be a certain kind. It had to flow across the paper the way the words flowed out of my mind. There was just always something special about it.

  5. aishasoasis says:

    Learn to adapt is probably the best advice I’ve ever heard for growing up! Love it!

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