Elena’s Diary

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Vampire Diaries Fanfic

Entry 4

“Dear Diary,

Jeremy had already left the house before I was gone. I wondered where had gone to and what he was doing, and wished there was some way I could get through to him. Mom and Dad would not want him to destroy his life.

I sighed. Pain and longing for my parents swept over me. I battled against the tears that threatened to fill my eyes, refusing to give into them.

A honk outside had me hastily grabbing my books and purse. I ran downstairs and out of the house, calling a goodbye to Jenna as I went.

Bonnie kept up a running conversation about the weird events that had happened the night before, and although I participated in it, all I could think about was getting to school, and seeing Stefan.

It had been a long time since I felt so alive. Felt so ready to start living again, and I know it was because of Stefan. He made me want to look forward to the future.

Bonnie pulled into a parking spot and we got out. Bonnie went to see if Caroline made it to school after all the alcohol she had drunk the night before, and I continued onto the lawn.

I caught sight of Stefan sitting on top of one of the picnic tables out front, and I smiled. I started toward him, but stopped when I heard someone call my name. I turned to see Matt walking toward me.

I asked him how Vicki was doing. He said she was doing better, but would have to stay in the hospital another day or two. Doctors wanted to give her more time to replenish all the blood she had lost.

It was relieved to hear that she was going to be okay. Matt had too much to deal with without having to lose his sister too.

Then he dropped a bombshell on me. Vicki believed that a vampire had attacked her instead of a wild animal. Seriously? A vampire? What kind of drugs were they giving her?

Shock must have shown on my face because Matt laughed and agreed it was crazy. Someone called his name, and he veered off to go talk to them, as I continued my way across the lawn.

I glanced over at the picnic table where I had seen Stefan sitting a short time earlier, and was surprised to find him gone. Disappointment flashed through me. I had hoped to spend a few minutes with him before school started, but would have to wait to see him in the classes we shared.

With a sigh, I headed inside as the first bell rang. I had just enough time to make it to my locker, grab what other books I needed,stash my purse, and make it to my first class before the last bell rang.

This 13-Year-Old Indigenous Girl Has Been Nominated for a Global Peace Prize

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13 year old Indigenous Girl Nominated for Nobel Peace prize

Wonderful article. An amazing young woman.