There are so many things that people nowadays take for granted. They aren't thankful for the things they have. No one stops to think about the people who don't have families, or a home, or the food that's put in front of them every night, or the nice warm bed they sleep in day after day, year after year. They automatically assume that the people who don't have everything they have aren't as good as them. They say it's their own fault for not making something of themselves.

Don't be like those people. Yeah they may be pretty and have cool clothes but that doesn't do anything for you later in life. None of that stuff really matters. Being popular, having an awesome boo, being head cheerleader, driving the newest car out there, having an amazing wardrobe and perfect hair and make up doesn't get you a high paying job. All these people, these preps, care about is how good they look, how everyone else thinks about them, and next season's fashion.

These are the snobs that have Daddy's money supporting them. What they don't know is that one day Daddy's money is going to run out. Then what will they have? Nothing. These are the people that end up working at Wal-Mart, McDonalds, and the side of the street downtown. These are the people I live and deal with 24/7.

I know what you were thinking. I must have been one of those girls. Sorry to disappoint you. Me, I'm just your average 5'6" green-eyed girl with fiery curls cascading down my back, to end at my spine. I have freckles everywhere over my pale body. And though I eat more than every girl at my school (which means I actually eat) I'm skinnier than most of them and hated for it. Like I said, just your average 16-year-old. And I mean average. There is nothing special about me what so ever. No special talent, unless you count my metabolism.

I'm not one of those girls that need a lot of attention. I don't need to know that I'm special and one-of-a-kind. I'm not one of those snobs because I know what it's like not to have anything. To be alone.