I thought the summer of 1997 was going to be the best summer of my life. I was going to Florida with my best friend to stay with her dad for a month. Finally a month away from my parents. I was going to have the best birthday ever because while I was in Florida I was going to turn 16! I had been at my friends dads house for about 2 weeks and it was birthday time. He took us to a Florida Marlins baseball game and had Happy birthday Tracy put on the score board. I thought that was the coolest thing ever being 16. That night when we got home we had a big birthday bash for me I thought it was the time of my life. The next two days where so cool he took us shopping and got us alot of cool clothes from stores we dont have in Maine. What happened that night was going to change me forever. I woke up out of a deep sleep to find him on top of me doing something I know he shouldnt be doing. After he was done I said that I had to go to the bathroom. When I came out he told me to go back to sleep. I was due to get my period the next week but it never came. When I got back to Maine I thought what the hell went on. Four months had gone by and no period. I went to my fathers house for Christmas vacation and I stared to get really bad pains and I didnt know what was going on. So I went to the bath room and sat down on the toilet and when I got up I saw a fetus that was very small. I never told my father what happened all I said is that I needed pads because I started my period. I cant tell the rest of the story because I dont remember it. This is just bits of what happened because most of it I have blocked out.
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