Story About The Case of Missing P.

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Hello everyone,

Recently I was involved in a very emotional project, after a series of crazy events in life. But today it’s not about me — even though I must quickly admit how much I missed all you lovely folks after being away for little while.

A while back, I heard a story, actually, about a nice and a very sweet girl. She was only in high school but was already taking college courses and preparing to go out to this big world with big dreams.

Everything was going according to the plan.

Until a dark twisted of fate appeared out of nowhere…

She met a very a friendly boy and got to know him personally. He had a certain enigma that puzzled her yet attracted her to him at the same time.

He was always so nice to her. So little did she know that everything was not what it seemed…

Fast forward to a few months later. She went to school one day and didn’t return home.  More

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Story about Strawberry Bon-Bons

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Hello everyone,

One of my favorite types of candy is the strawberry bon-bons, the type of hard candy with soft filling and a fresh strawberry flavor.

When I was little, I used to collect the strawberry sachet wraps. I loved the design of those wraps, and when I finished eating those candies, I loved the smell of strawberry scent that lingered on the wraps.

I still love strawberry bon-bons to this day, but that’s not the only reason why I do. Every time I saw those delicacies, I thought about my very first trick-or-treating experience without my parents and how special the strawberry bon-bons had become to me.

I was in fifth grade and my parents had finally agreed to let me go trick-or-treating with my friends. So down the streets we ran, each of us trying to fill up our own goodie bag faster than the others. We ran past a small housing community, but something caught my attention.

I found myself running back and standing outside a house with a small, plastic jack-o-lantern that hung beside the doorway.

“Come on,” urged my friends. “You are not going to get much from this one. Let’s go where most kids go!”

I considered it briefly, but looking at the bright orange lantern before me and the darkness surrounding the rest of community, I rapped loudly on the door, ignoring my friends’ protests. More

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