Sky McCoy
Publisher: unknown
Pages: 135

Parker: I knew when I received this assignment that I wasn’t serious about it. A wounded vet? Get real. There was no way in hell I could find anything to say to him, other than, “Thank you for your service.” Everyone in class thought that assignment of adopting a veteran was a cool idea, so I said, “Whatever,” and threw myself into writing the best letter I could. I included everything I thought a soldier would want to hear who was away from home. I could have just written a simple letter, but being an overachiever, yeah right, that was why my parents demanded, “Either you go to college, or you’re getting out of here.” That was the main reason I found myself enrolled in college, not expecting to ever think about anything but partying, and whatever a gay man did who wanted no complications in his personal life. Now I was expected to write letters. WTF. Talk about complicated. Text maybe ...
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