Hi everyone, I'm back with this challenge day 6. This one may cause a little trouble, cause I don't know what would it be. I really don't know. There have been two really hard things for me, is just... I don't know how to explain it, but they are not equally hard. I'm going to start already, you'll understand me better.

When I was 17 I met a girl who went to my school. Since the very first moment I saw her, I knew I shouldn't trust her, there was something in her eyes. I could't get rid of her ever since, eventually I did, but it was hard. She was this obsessive girl who didn't know what she wanted, she was into boys, but she started to be into girls too, and she would talk to me about her confusion, and wanted my help, but then it became obsessive, she was looking for me all of the time, she would skip class so she could stare at me from my classroom window, she was "in love" with me, or so she says. It became to be embarrassing when she began telling her classmates I was her girlfriend, like we were together. On the other hand, I didn't want to push her away cause I felt bad for her, she didn't have any friends, and I thought I could help her change, but instead she just pulled me down, I really didn't feel good being her friend, she would always find a reason to lie to me, or she would manipulate me. One day she came saying she had cancer, I really did believe it at first, I really was naive, so I was there with her during almost all my free time, even when it wasn't free time sometimes. That lasted 2 years and a half, I remember feeling so bad, and wondering when was it gonna end. 6 months after I went to college I told her I couldn't be her friend anymore, she refused and went looking for me to my house, and one day I stopped opening the door, I blocked her out on facebook and everything else, I cleared her out of my life, and everything wet so much better. Sometimes I find her on the streets or places, she's always looking to talk to me again, but I don't want to, I just let her pass by, and I know it sounds horrible, but she did hurt me.

The other one is the loss of my grandmother, that was 18 month ago, and it was really painful. She still was a very active woman, she was like my second mother, always there supporting me and everything. She loved doing stuff in her house, cleaning, fixing stuff, etc. She wasn't sick, she just died so suddenly. That day she called me, and told me to never give up on life, she asked me to come over, so I was peparing to get out of my house, when I was ready I called my mom to let her Know I was gonna be there, she answered crying telling me my grandma had fell of the roof, I asked if she was ok, but she wouldn't tell me over the phone. When I finally got there, they told me she had passed away, the hit on her head killed her immediately, she didn't even know she fell. I felt so guilty, cause I was supposed to be there and I wasn't, they told me it wasn't my fault, I know now is not. But it really hurt so much, especially since I haven't had lost anyone. That pain remains and it will, but I have learned to live with it.

As you see, these are completely different experiences, the first one lasted a few years and seemed like it would never end. The second one lasted 2 seconds and it'll last forever, but somehow I'm more glad for the second one, cause that one means I met, lived and was raised by a extraordinary woman, I got that chance. The second one, gave the chance to learn, but that person left nothing good.

I'm sorry for not posting pictures this time, I'm at work, so I'm multitasking, but I promise you I will update this article and I will post them later.

Thank you for reading and for your likes.
See you in challenge day 7. Bye.