Friday, April 27, 2012

My worries it's for a class.

I had to write my Obituarie for a class of mine, and I have to say that it was more fun then I thought. It give you a new look on how you want others to see you and how you want to see yourself. I really do think that everyone should write there own one day...try it out. 
so here is my obituarie...

Carrie Ellen Sorenson a promising artist with overwhelming talents, died last night of complications to the heart from a melancholy soul. She was 25 years old. Creative, imaginative, compassionate, taking nothing for granted and a child at heart. Carrie Ellen was often misunderstood for her peculiar and abnormal way she admired life. Passionate and living boldly. Understanding that it was necessary and imperative to live life the way each individual should; by going down their own unique paths. Carrie Ellen believed more then the ordinary mundane routine of the average day. She believed that life was a carefully planed and woven tapestry that culminates to a divine, awe-inspiring design that we all are a part of. In the final days of her life, she was planning to work on her art for the lost minds and soul who sadly forgotten that sweet innocent, pure, impressionable mind of a young child. Sadly we will abdicate now death has come far to soon for this felicitous and whimsical young girl. Carrie Ellen Sorenson a colorful and vibrant thread in the carefully planned tapestry.

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