Broken Innocence - Letter 18 - KenyaDearest Flame, I'm so happy that you would raise the baby with me, if I'm not actually pregnant, I would really like to have a child with you if that's okay... I've already started dreaming about parenthood because of your wonderful letter. The police came to the door today while you were out. I was a little skeptical about answering the door, but I thought that I had to so I did. They were asking me about what happened, and it was pretty upsetting. They asked if I wanted to press charges, and I decided that I did. I wouldn't want anyone else to be hurt by him, so I thought it was my duty to do as such. I know that you'll stand by me through this, but I hope that you're around if they come again. Dad wants to know if this Monday is alright? He said my mom is going to be away doing things and he'll be able to slip away to have dinner with us. He said that my sister was still complaining that she didn't get to be with you. It
Broken Innocence - Letter 17 - KenyaMy beloved, I didn't mean to fall asleep. I feel like such a child now. I'm glad that you didn't call the police on me or anything, my dad asked me several times if it was alright, but I figured it would be. By your reaction, I guess I was right. I'm glad that you didn't mind that I was wearing a dress. It is by far one of my favorites, I have a few others that I like to wear around the house. I absolutely love the flowers and teddy bear you got for me. I've already set them up on my dresser. I'm so thankful that I have you. Mom found out that dad helped me move in with you, and it looks like there's going to be a bit of trouble when he gets home. I got several angry texts on my phone. Dad was hoping to come over tomorrow night for dinner either way. I said I'd ask you, I hope that's alright. Like I said, he wants to talk about things and lay down some rules. The doctor called my cellphone too, I'm supposed to
Broken Innocence - Letter 16 - KenyaMy beloved, It was so sweet of you to have my new bed all made up for me. Thank you for giving me my own room so that we can get used to living together. I almost cried when I seen the letters on my pillow from you, I guess we'll have to get our own little mail boxes on our room doors or something so that way we have somewhere to put the letters. I'm sorry I moved in while you were out. I don't know where you were, but dad only had that little bit of time, so he helped me move in and left. He said he'd be back tonight to go over the rules. Thank you for showing me where the key was though, it made moving in a little easier. I'm alright, but I haven't been feeling well, and I've been pretty worried. I still don't know what to do, and the trial is going to be coming up. I wonder if he's going to take a plea deal or not. I taped this letter to the door because... well I wanted to make sure you weren't surprised that
Broken Innocence - Letter 14 - KenyaDear Flame, I'm still planning on moving in with you. Perhaps this weekend? My mom and sister are going to be away and dad said he'd help me move in with you. He also said he wanted to discuss some rules. Don't worry, I made him promise to go easy on you. You have internet at your house right? Dad is currently trying to enroll me in K-12 online. He thinks it will be best with all the bullying and stuff that I've been dealing with. He told me that even with my dream that I should get a high school education. He also said he'd help me get a child-care job. Like at a nursery school or even pre-school. Love, ~Kenya
Broken Innocence - Letter 13 - KenyaMy dearest Flame, You're completely whisking me off of my feet. You're absolutely amazing, and you cook the most amazing dinners. I'll have to work on my cooking so that I can amaze you too. I forgot to mention one of the girls last night over dinner... The last one is my sister. I was sort of afraid of telling you, but she was pretty much the ring leader. Speaking of which... that's why my hair is this ugly brown/purple. She put hair dye in my shampoo. I did my best to get it all out before it turned this color... That's the problem with blond hair - it changes color too easily. It's hard enough to keep it from turning greenish. I have some more bad news. It turns out someone copied my midterm tests word for word. The school decided to fail both me and the other person - who's name they won't give me. My teachers tried to object, but it looks like I'm going to be repeating this year. I just want to be out of this stupid place. I ha
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