Unlucky Survivor Entry 13Entry 13,
June 13, 2016
I read more of Romeo and Juliet today. Reminded me of the first time I met Ally. We just smiled at one another a lot, along with an occasional hi. Before I got the courage to talk to her. I wasn't as romantic as Shakespeare I guess. I never bothered to stand out in front of her window and spew mushy words from my lips. Maybe I just did it all wrong.
For those of you reading this journal, hold on to the ones you love. There is no better feeling on this planet then knowing you have someone who cares about you, especially now. If you lost loved ones in this death deal, let me just take the moment to tell you that I feel for you. I have lost everything I once had now. You just want to change it all, ya know? You wanna go back to those times when you went to parties. Those times when you went bowling with your friends. The days playing outside in the sun. Doing what you love with the ones ya love. But that's not possible now. All it takes is one little infection that
Unlucky Survivor Entry 12
June 11, 2016,
Mobile, Alabama. That's where I am now. We arrived at 3 in the morning last night to a hotel, stocked with CDC equipment. They paired us up into groups, so I got stuck with the couple sitting in the seat across from me. Jon and Amber are their names. Jon's a some what muscular, Hispanic looking guy, and Amber is a short, white, red head kind of girl.
I haven't talked to them much. Once we where led to our hotel room, I immediately left to find out what happened to Ally. The guard in the hall told me I had to wait tell later. Very rude like too. So, I went back to the room and locked myself in the bathroom. I didn't want to bug Amber and Jon. After crying for an hour or so, I sorted through the blue duffel bag that contained all the things we crammed in it before leaving the high school.
I ended up with Allys book she was reading, though I guess we stole it from the high school library I guess. Romeo and Juliet... irony in my opinion. I began reading it while la