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June 15, 2016
Dear Future Me,
One of my students gave me this purple leather-bound journal as an end of the school year gift. I’ve never had a diary or anything like it before, but I figured it would be fun to read many years from now.
The last day of classes for the school year was today and I’m torn between feeling excited for the summer and melancholy that I’m not going to see the students for a couple of months.
This school year was amazing because I was finally able to apply everything I had learned in grad school to help the teens in our high school. I’ve always just sensed what others were feeling, but now I am actually trained to know the right things to say and do to help them.
When Casey came into my office today, looking confident and happy, I knew I had chosen the right field. My parents had encouraged me to be a medical doctor like they are, but I always knew I wanted to help people mentally and emotionally.
I know I drive Cindy nuts with what she calls my weird extra sense, but I always feel like I have to help people. I get a vibe about what they’re feeling and sometimes it even seems like I know what they were thinking. I know that sounds so strange, but it’s something that’s always been a part of me.
Today after school, a bunch of us went out to celebrate the end of the year and the beginning of summer. It’s always so much fun hanging out with the teachers at our school. The Deck is the place to be when the weather is good and it was packed as usual. When lots of people are around, a few of them usually need my help. Today was no different.
The girl I helped just needed someone to stay with her until her friend came so that wasn’t too much of a big deal, but the guy I talked to, seemed to really change after our chat. I hope he went home and talked to his mom. He was such a good guy. I hope things work out for him.
I was all psyched up with good vibes after helping those two that I almost missed out on seeing the most amazing blue eyes that held me captive. I couldn’t have moved a muscle even if I had wanted to, and believe me, I didn’t want to do anything besides stare into those sapphire depths.
The eyes were incredible, but the package surrounding them was what Cindy calls swoon-worth. Holy hotness. The cerulean orbs were surrounded by long lashes and deep brown hair that curls slightly around his eyes. He probably needed a haircut, but all I could think about was brushing it back and feeling the silky strands. High cheek bones, a straight nose and a strong chin completed the gorgeous face. His body was like those sculptures at the Art museum. Perfect. If he had any more muscles he would be busting out of his black t-shirt. Sigh.
Of course, I find a Greek god looking directly at me and some drunken idiot had to knock into me, almost sending me to the floor and I lose sight of him. I looked everywhere for him after that, but I couldn’t find him. Those eyes are going to haunt my dreams tonight and I can’t wait for that to happen.
Cindy is always trying to get me to go out with her, so maybe we should make The Deck a regular stop until I find Mr. Blue-eyed Hotness.
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