I’m sorry I haven’t been posting much. Summer’s been crazy. However I started school last week, and I have blogging as one of my subjects, so I should be posting more often. I have lots of Joy’s Journal and reviews to post.
Anyway, I think I’ve procrastinated long enough on Joy’s Journal. Here’s part sixteen!
I was sick of everyone being so mean. So one day I confronted Serenity’s group.
“Why are you being so mean to me? You begged for the truth, and I gave it to you.” I told them.
“Why won’t you just admit you lied? We know you didn’t tell the truth.” One of the girls said.
“I did tell you the truth.” I insisted.
“Joy, we’ve all lied to get out of class. It’s okay, you can tell us.” Serenity insisted.
“I didn’t lie to get out of class. I wasn’t feeling good.”
I sat down on one of the beds. “Truly I didn’t.”
“Joy, if you can’t even tell us the truth about something small like that, how do we know you aren’t lying about bigger stuff?”
“Because I’m not.”
Most of the girls rolled their eyes.
“How can I get you to stop being so mean?”
“By telling the truth, admitting that you are lying to get out of class.”
“I’m not lying.”
“Fine. We won’t be mean to you when you aren’t lying. No promises for anything else.”
Cinnamon got up and pushed me out of the room. “But we don’t want to be friends with a liar.”
So all I had to do was not skip classes. All I had to do was what everyone else was doing. It was so simple really.
It couldn’t be that hard, right?