Thursday, June 3, 2010


Imagine yourself making wishes while riding over a train track in a car with your closest friends - all of them; friends from school, from home, from work, from wherever. Imagine closing your eyes as the car passes over the track. Imagine feeling the bump-di-bump-bump as the car bounces up and down until its tires meet the flat surface of the road, again. Now, imagine making every wish you've ever had between the second the car's tires touch the train track to the second they leave them. What do you wish for?

I know my wishes. I believe that wishes still come true once they are told because if you want them bad enough, you'll be able to see results.

I've stopped wishing for myself because others I care about need them more than me.

My wishes?:

- I wish that everything gets better for you, K.
- I wish that you reach your goal(s) by the end of the summer, C and V.
- I wish that you continue to grow and blossom, C.
- I wish that your fears, troubles, and hardships can be overcome. I wish that you'll have the love you want and deserve in your arms, free of fear, again, A.
- I wish you come home soon, G.
- I wish we can continue to make things work as well as they have been working, N.


If Life Gives You Lemons, Don't Eat Them said...

I know my wishes too. I wish that I had unlimited wishes and they will all come true (if that makes any sense).

Cara said...

That's too amazing I love you!

tiana lachelle said...

I always have a hard time making wishes.
They don't come to mind when the opportunity comes.
Maybe it's because I already have everything that I need.
I dunno...

Hi, I'm Ashlee. said...

Aw, thanks love :)