Always ThereDo you believe that the Lord is always with you?
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Ok, I have a long story once I hit the age of 8. When I was 8, my pastor and his wife passed away in horrible train crash. I cried for a long time. I thought that would be the only big landmark in my life for a while. That was on August 22nd, 2003. Exactly one year, on August 22nd 2004, my aunt and uncle had a huge fight. My older cousin was sent to prison for a week for injuring my aunt, his step-mom. I thought it would end in a few weeks. It's still going on 4 years later. My aunt is now addicted to prescription drugs. She was in a awful car wreck, with herself(?) because she passed out at the wheel. My cousin who is only 9 almost died. That just showed me that she was no longer my aunt. During all this, I have been suffering from moderate anxiety. That hasn't helped any. I get made fun of at school, and I feel awful about myself. I was getting really depressed, you know writing poetry and listening to hardcore music? Well, I had given up on fitting in and being popular. But I had let go of the fact that the same hands that carved out the oceans carved me. I cried so much when I grasped that again. I got grounded, not suprising, from my cell phone, youtube, aim, and my favorite sites. However, I found this to be a sign from God that I had gone way of his path and blaming it all on the bad things in my life when it's really all my doing. I forgot during all the negative things in my life that God was looking out for me and He chose to have me look the way I do. God is always the answer. I discovered that recently. Quick facts: ~Fave Band: Paramore/Skillet/and RJA ~Role Model: My parents ~Favorite Song: Your Guardian Angel ~Favorite Subject: Social Studies ~Christian Since: 2001 ~Number of siblings: 1 brother ~Number of pets: 3 dogs ~Favorite TV Show: Law and Order/ and CSI ~Place I want to go: Indiana @Twilightlvr@