A new story my people!
I had no idea what to categorize this story as so I just put it as teen fiction for now.
Anyways, hope you guys enjoy and what not-
I was supposed to wait on my family.
I was supposed to find a spot for us to picnic and then wait there.
Instead I found a park bench.
It was a dirty green and the paint itself was peeling off the bench.
And no one was sitting on it...
It was perfect.
I closed my eyes and for a while all I was in peace-
it was like the world was temporarily shut down and I was the only person that existed.
I smiled in pure bliss.
So this was what peace felt like.
With a family of five boys, one girl and a bunch of cousins that always stayed over, I wasn't quite familiar with the words peace and quiet.
My moment of satisfaction was ruined when my family eventually found me.
Great. I thought they might forget me here, which, with so many people in my house all the time almost always happened, especially to me.
I didn't really mind though, I liked being alone.
Probably more than I should actually.
But I was Jason Kin- I never really got along well with people, especially if they were loud and overly friendly and talkative, which 99.9% of my family members were.
Therefore, it can be said, that as hard as I tried, I couldn't find it in myself to have a proper relationship with my family members.
There you go.
This story is gonna have short chapters usually, but it's not a short story.
Hope you'll liked it annnnnnnd
MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!!!!! (if it's christmas day wherever you are...)
how did I make that awkward?
It was supposed to be so normal...
ahh well, updates on this story will be frequent until school starts back,
but u know hopefully it won't be too bad then.
anyways, happy holidays to you all! *mwah*
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At the ParkTeen Fiction
Jason Kin has always felt alone. Even with all his crazy family members always surrounding him, he's always felt alone. Then he finds a place where he is alone but that him being alone is freeing and he feels like he can enjoy something for once. H...