Old Pick Up Truck
When you grow up in the South, you’re taught to use your manners, to pray every day and every night, and to never forget where you came from. In the South, when you’re upset, you’re always told to be strong and act like whatever you’re upset about never happened. Savannah has become a professional, when it comes to acting like things never happened. When she was eight, her mother passed away. Two years after her mom died, Savannah’s dad had become a terrible alcoholic and began to physically abuse Savannah. Five years later, Savannah had begun to fall in love with a boy that she can’t stand, Jared. Suddenly, Jared’s old pick up truck becomes the only place where Savannah can feel safe, or is it Jared that makes her feel safe?