I haven’t been writing for awhile now. A lot of things has been happening now. The boy I’ve been talking about in the previous posts confessed to me. This is a very good news right? 😀

So after that, we see each other often and then he invited me over to his place. We made out. First he made a hickey on my lips. A freakin hickey. On my freakin lips. I tried covering it with my lipstick but can’t. My mom asked me about it and I managed to come up with a ridiculous reason why it was bruised.

Then a few days later, he made a hickey on my neck. My mom was furious about the idea I had a hickey and a boyfriend which she has no clue about. And she thinks that it’s inappropriate for girls to behave that way…

I think they’re being unreasonable. This is part of growing up. I mean, they was once a teenagers right? Why is it so hard for them to understand that I am too, growing up to become an adult. They are just so complicated.

Now they won’t let me go to his house anymore.. I’ll find my ways to go there, or in fact make out somewhere else? I just don’t understand parents.


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I'm a teenage girl who loves to read books. I love food more than anything in the world. I have no idea what I am doing with my life, just livin in the moment. I will start thinking about what I wanna be when people get payed for eating. I won't care about how other people think of me as for those who matters, will not judge, and for those who doesn't matter, judge.


  1. I remember my mother was absolutely furious when she saw my hickey. I was 16 years old at the time and completely ashamed that I had been caught. Now, looking back on it I don’t think I had nor do I have anything to be ashamed of. I was in a loving caring relationship with someone who respected and loved me back. Yes, it is part of growing up. Perhaps opening a dialogue with your parents about this will be more helpful to you in the long run rather than sneaking because you might get caught.

    I wish I could go back to the day when my mother asked me if it was a hickey and said “yes, and I think we should discuss our viewpoints on the matter.” I think things would have been less awkward and a lot more useful for a growing teen and a concerned mother.
    Just a suggestion, good luck 🙂

    • I don’t think opening up to my parents is a good thing. Even though my mom have been bringing out conversation about this. I just don’t feel comfortable talking about these kind of stuff with my parents. If I were to say the truth that it’s a hickey, I’m scared that she might have bad impression on him and I don’t want that..

      She has been restricting me going out with my friends and saying that she’s afraid of me losing my virginity at this age.. I just don’t know what to say to her anymore…

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