I got a new phone but kept the same number. Deante never tried to call me again. I guess he just got too busy. He has a family now and I am just a person from his past.
I worked at the camp after I graduated high school. He had moved to Chicago. He did come to visit the camp one day though. When he found out I was there he left. He didn't even see me. Someone just told him I worked there.
I tried to look him up on Facebook but he just kept blocking me or deleting his account.
Everyday I wake up and my first thought is of my baby. Not a day goes by where they don't cross my mind. I have resumed my faith with God and hope that my little baby is up there with him. Someday I will get to hold my baby in my arms.
For now I take care of my step children. Yes it took me ten years but I finally got married to someone who has kids of his own.
I went to college and I finish In a year. I always wonder how different my life could have been. If he didn't cheat? If I realized I was pregnant first? If he chose me over her? If I kept the baby? If I gave them for adoption? What if? What if? What if?
Not all dreams come true. I know because I dreamt of having children and raising them with their dad. My baby had to sacrifice their life so another baby could live that dream. I hope they don't take that for granted. And I hope Deante lives with his choice daily as I do.
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