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Dear Kate, Hi. Do you remember me? You made my life a misery.

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´╗┐Dear Kate, Hi. Do you remember me? You made my life a misery. You've probably forgotten, but it started in year five. I joined the school, and I didn't know anyone. It was in the middle of the year and everyone had already made friends with everyone else. I had really short hair, that I wish would grow and it was a horrible muddy colour. I was also deadly shy, I wouldn't speak to anyone. Everyone laughed behind my back on the first day, because I had second hand uniform on, because my mum couldn't afford anything else, because we couldn't eat for a week after she had brought it, because we had money troubles, because my dad had left us when I was two, because my mum had enough of him, for stealing money when we could barely scrape by as it was. ...read more.

Middle

But that all changed. I told you a secret. A big secret, I thought I could trust you. I didn't believe it at first when I got to school and everyone knew. I spent the rest of the day crying in the toilets. I didn't see you, but I knew it was you who told them. It took me a while, but I came to school with my head held high, I saw you in the corner, and went over to you. You apolgised and I thought that was that. Then I started to hear rumours about me. You were spreading them around. You denied it at first, then you just admitted it. ...read more.

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She was happy and so was he. I died my hair blonde, grew it long, and brought the latest fashion and when I went to school, I instantly became the popular, beautiful one. For once, I was accepted, I had great friends who stood by me, a great boyfriend who was really supportive of me, and I did really well in school because of it. So I just wanted to say thanks. Thanks for making my life hell, because it's made me a stronger person and I wouldn't be as happy as I am now without you. Now I am going to University and I plan to become a primary school teacher, I think I'll enjoy it more than I did when I was younger. Thanks, have a good life. No One ...read more.

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