Not Your Typical Country Girl ChapterTwenty Nine
It was a new day and yesterday was the past. I did not really care about my so-called-dad. I was with my new family so, it did not matter about my last family. I have to get over the past and just live. I cannot let my past define who I am, what I do, or what I can do.
I hated not being able to get up and go to work. I woke up early today for some odd reason. I could be sleeping in but no, I just don't feel like it. I smelled bacon coming from down stairs. It smelled amazing. I got up and made my way down.
"Morning Abigail, anything I can help with," I asked.
"Good morning sweetie, not really," she said as she flipped the bacon over, "why are you up so early?"
"Well, if it was up to me, I would be asleep but I just can't seem to stay asleep," I stated.
"Oh I see. How was the party," she asked.
"Eh, it was fine. They seem kind of boring," I said, "I just don't know anyone."