In the middle of my eighth grade year, the company my dad was working for got bought out and he lost his job. He tried finding a new one close to home so we didn’t have to move but he had no luck; he had to look at other states for a job. He looked at a job in Tennessee and almost had it. My parents told me that if we bought a house with land, I could get a horse. I had always wanted a horse. Most of my family live in the ...
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...I’m not sure. Whatever it was, I liked him so I tried to get him to join my group to walk around with. But Kyle wanted Hayden to walk around with him and Hayden ended up with Kyle. Looking back, I wonder if Kyle was trying to protect me from Hayden. After Farm Science Review, Hayden and I started talking. There was a girl, we’ll call her Clara for this essay, who also liked Hayden. When I found out that she liked him, I knew I had no chance with him because, despite my rebelliousness, Clara would do things that I wouldn’t. Yet, for whatever reason, Hayden chose me over Clara. I was told that when Clara found out that I liked Hayden, she stopped talking to him. Hayden wasn’t the best person; he did a lot of things that he shouldn’t have. I didn’t agree with some of the things he did but I couldn’t force him to quit doing them; it had to be his choice. He chose not to.
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