" You may not like me now, but someone else will in the future.
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I have liked several boys in the past and none of them felt the same way about me. I thought for a while that there could be something seriously wrong with me - it could be my hair or my bad skin or my short legs. Now I know better. I'm just meant for someone else - someone who'll find all my quirks endearing and my awkwardness cute. My limbs will never be an issue, as long as they're long enough to give him a tight embrace at the end of the day.
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One rejection is just fate's way of leading me closer to the acceptance I'm meant for." -- Ayessa Dela Peña / Sept 2014
I don't know her personally, I just knew a part of her story, which is this. I don't know how old she was back at 2014, or how much she had grew now. But, yes, I had the same story (as well as the full version) back in 2008. I could still remember vividly how that felt. 10 years later, look at me - my hair isn't perfect, my skin' still bad, but yes, someone did appreciate it - actually, love it, even if I sometimes hate it. Someone can. Someone will.
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Every rejection is just fate's way to leading you closer to something you are meant for (I'm keeping this hope until the morning, thanks Ayessa).