There was once a boy fascinated by cars, who also liked to look up at the stars.
He drove through the night pondering life’s greatest questions.
His driving sessions had but one intention, to clear the congestion in his head.
As he led the car through the night with much delight he felt that everything was alright.
It was as perfect as a night drive could get.
The pavement wasn’t wet, and the road was fun but no threat.
He also just won a bet for cupcakes with a weird brunet.
As far as he knew there was no reason to fret.
Finally he came to a stop, atop a hill, where the night was most still.
He felt the nightly chill as he stared at the stars and began to ponder.
But, all that he could wonder was when will she make the cupcakes.
Will she have time to bake?
As he felt the ache for the loss of his favorite soccer team he could only help but gleam.
For even though he was sad for his team, he was going to see her.
Without knowing, he arrived and was surprised for she had made cupcakes.
His smile surely could not fade.
As they stayed in front of her place he hoped the cupcakes weren’t laced.
Fortunately in his case there was no trace of poison in his cupcakes.
As they went on their journey the boy was pretty corny.
He suggested in glory they meet on top of the Empire State.
She promised not to be late and make him wait like Annie to Sam on that Valentines date.
As it was late he walked her home to her front gate.
And they said goodbye under a wonderful night sky.
Cruising on a nice empty road with the windows down and listening to the sounds of the night.
I might pick up a Black 2010 Golf GTI two door soon. I have a few ideas of what I want to do to it already. Here is a list in order of how I might get them done.
4. Blow off valve
5. OEM Golf R Tail lights
6. Lower it a little
8. Red neons on the undercarriage (because it’s coming back)
9. Red Recaro 650s
This is just a idea that I wanted share. I have a list of all the parts and stuff that I would want if I do end up picking up the car. I’m just kind of excited about it so I wanted to write about it now.
On this day my little sister was pronounced dead. She was only 18 years old with her whole life ahead of her. She built a good foundation and was going to start her studies in Cornell in the upcoming Fall semester. She graduated only two days before her hospital admission. Hours before we had to call an ambulance for her she was smiling and laughing. We were going to go out to dinner that night to celebrate her graduation when things turned for the worst. Now I’ll never be able to hear her contagious laugh or see her beautiful smile. I miss you. I love you. Rest In Paradise Natalie.