Hannah awakes from her long sleep to have to face another day of life.
Hannah home schools along with her big brother, Joel, 14, (who we'll learn
about later), Sally, 8, and Ryan, 6. Lately she has been finding life
boring and misunderstood, considering her best friend, Cherie, just moved
to Cessnock. Being home schooled didn't make her very happy either, not
having very many friends, and being the only girl in her soccer team. She
attended brownies in Wyongah for 3 years and has just recently moved on to
guides where she has made some friends, but has not really contacted them
about a weekend over or something. She has made one friend inparticular.
Her name is Kellie Howard, who has been in guiding since she was 6 years
old; she had been in Guides for about 2 ½ years. Kellie was a great friend
and always made Hannah's day. She was loyal and true and Hannah was
thankful for such a friend. Kellie was always the first to greet her,
before she even reached the front gate.
One Thursday night in 2001 Kellie had just greeted Hannah when she asked
her to sing a song. Hannah was confused and aggregated at first and
hesitated. Kellie said that she'd sing first if she would next. Hannah said
ok and listened to Kellie sing "I'm not a girl, not yet a woman" by Britney
Spears. Hannah was amazed and shocked at what had just happened, she was
afraid to sing at first, standing outside the gate to the hall wondering
which song to sing (Hannah has a big dictionary of songs in her head). She
eventually chose to sing "Stronger" by Britney Spears (Which wasn't one of
her greatest songs to sing, considering she had sung it an octave higher).
Kellie was not impressed at first, but decided to give her more chances
when she asked her to join her band (which didn't really have any members).
Hannah didn't really know what she was doing, but accepted anyway. And that
night was were the band began.
After that night Hannah had been continuously singing over and over and
over (you get the point) again. She never had really thought about her
singing and no one had ever complimented her or anything along those lines
until that night. Hannah had originally wanted to be a veterinarian, but
that night had changed her mind. So to this day on she has been singing
continuously over and over and over again.
(Author's notes: Hey readers. I think it's great being able to type my past
in here and to let people know about it. But hey if you find something
wrong with my story or it's boring or some thing or other, please don't be
nasty, because this is my life and if you don't like it, then whatever.
Thanks heaps =) More chapters will follow, and the Christian stuff will
begin to come into it later.