Name: Miriam Grace Butler 21
Quote “Just because Fate doesn't deal you the right cards, it doesn't mean you should give up. It just means you have to play the cards you get to their maximum potential.”
Model troian bellisario
Likes: polaroid cameras, vintage anything, classic style, hairbands, cream soda, , the book ”Lolita” Russian, chess
Dislikes: meat, rejection, cheaters, people from her old life, bed and breakfasts, rum, cigarettes
Job waitress at some swanky new restaurant.
Bio Miriam Grace Butler grew up in a small North Carolina town with not so much as a mall to occupy her time. She was always considered the weird one or the outcast of her class. Miriam’s mother and father were and still are both doctors in the small town. She didn’t mind having just her parents as friends she liked the quiet. She would often say that she grew up in the wrong time. Everything was fine until she was 15 and suddenly diagnosed with Leukemia, her world was turned upside down going to Duke for several rounds of Chemo Through that time she took up writing to ease her sorrows and anxiety. After a solid year of hell she was in remission and all she wanted to do was get away from everyone in the small-town. She got in Berkley and never looked back. However she has recently decided she wants to pursue a writing career maybe script writing so she has packed her backs left school and is now in L.A. Miriam is incredibly strong but has she bit off more than she can chew?
I remember when I was sick walking across the pier and wishing I would get consumed by the waves of the ocean. I remember feeling hopeless not for me really but for my parents. They had always showed such strength but they looked so weak to me. I remember thinking to myself that if I made it through this that I would make them proud of me somehow.
That is where Berkley came in. I wanted them to be proud but I wanted to get as far away as possible. I figured California was far enough. I went to my classes and did every assignment but I felt nothing. After three years of this I decided to do the rational thing and drop out of college move to a new city and start over.
I looked at the journal and smiled. I always enjoyed writing things down. I had so many journals stacked up from over the years. They were soothing. I closed the journal and put it beside my bed.
I was in my new apartment starting my new life. I was ready for anything, if my life had taught me anything it was I could handle it.