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Reheated Lio: A Delicious LIO Collection Ready to Devour

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2012

    Memory 3

    Her eyes wouldn't close, no matter how hard she tried. Please, let it be quick, Emily thought. She hoped that she would still make it to Heaven, even though she had never really paid much attention when her father read from the Great Book on Sundays. Did that hurt her chances. Perhaps, but there was nothing she could do about it. Not now. "Emily!" The cry brought her back to the present. She had almost reached the ground. Why was it taking so long?, she wondered in desperation. At least her eyes would finally shut. Strangely, it wasn't the ground that met her. "Ahh!" She gasped as the world shifted. She hadn't splattered on the ground. It took her a moment to realize it, but somehow, Jack had caught her. She stared up at him, and for the first time, she noticed how warm his brown eyes were. She couldn't say anything, her head spun with shock. "Emily?" He asked, setting her down gently. Emily's shoulders began to shake. She'd been so close to the afterlife. How did she manage to ruin a fun game so terribly? More hot tears burned her face, but this time not of fear, of shame. She covered her eyes with her quivering hands and tried to hold back her sob. Jack couldn't see her sobbing, she'd feel even worse. "Hey," he said, resting on one knee and touching her shoulder lightly. "You're okay." No, I'm not, Emily wanted to say. But she couldn't. "I-I," she stuttered, but she couldn't fit in anymore words before the dam broke in her head and she began sobbing. "What is it?" Jack asked, his face a foreign mask of concern. It was one of the few times Emily had seen him not laughing or smiling. And she didn't like it. "I ruin everything! I...just can't do anything right!" She whispered, her voice soft and ragged. "Are you kidding? Everyone makes mistakes. It's part of being you. What we do wrong teaches us," He said gently. "But what happens when you don't learn?" Emily asked, looking straight at him with her red, watery blue eyes. He pondered for a moment, looking straight at the snowy forest. "No one ever thinks they do, but they can surprise themselves. They amend their mistakes in their own way," he finally replied. Emily looked away and rested her head on her knees. His words rang with truth.

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    Posted February 21, 2012



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