She was the kind of girl that laughed at school, got the highest grades, had the craziest ideas but at 2am had the scariest thoughts. Not only did she feel insecure but she was lonely. She had no one, “my friends probably hate me too, just like i hate myself” she said to herself as if its something shes known for years now. Every night she’d go to sleep hoping she didnt wake up the next day because every day became harder and harder to bare. All she wanted is some happiness in her life, some light. She never got it till now. And not one person realized.

She was the kind of girl that laughed at school, got the highest grades, had the craziest ideas but at 2am had the scariest thoughts. Not only did she feel insecure but she was lonely. She had no one, “my friends probably hate me too, just like i hate myself” she said to herself as if its something shes known for years now. Every night she’d go to sleep hoping she didnt wake up the next day because every day became harder and harder to bare. All she wanted is some happiness in her life, some light. She never got it till now. And not one person realized.

A part of a childs childhood is the things we tell them, all about the fairies, heroes, and ghosts. Once they grow up some live to become like them. No i do not mean they turn into ghosts or fairies, but its the thought of having the power to do what they believe in. Once there were two little boys, brothers to be exact. They wanted to learn how to fly, though their family put them down telling them no one could ever fly. The thought of flying made them happier than anyone in this world. 20 years later they were the ones that invented what we call now “airplanes”. Those boys are the “Wright Brothers”.

A part of a childs childhood is the things we tell them, all about the fairies, heroes, and ghosts. Once they grow up some live to become like them. No i do not mean they turn into ghosts or fairies, but its the thought of having the power to do what they believe in. Once there were two little boys, brothers to be exact. They wanted to learn how to fly, though their family put them down telling them no one could ever fly. The thought of flying made them happier than anyone in this world. 20 years later they were the ones that invented what we call now “airplanes”. Those boys are the “Wright Brothers”.