Joanna knew that something was wrong with her parents. Maybe even before they knew that there was something wrong with them. So the divorce did not come as a surprise. She didn't even cry. Not that she ever did, no, why would you waste your time crying when the world had so much to offer? Sometimes she thought that her parents were more distraught by what was going on than she was. She should be caring, she knew that. Living arrangements should be settled and so on. But she could not be bothered. This was her parents problems, not hers. She would not take part in them and they would have to fix this on their own. The only thing Joanna really wanted was to be free. Free from the chains that society puts on the youth today. Free from the teenage boys who thought they were the coolest thing in the neighbourhood. Free from the pressure of school and work. She just wanted to be free. And in the end, she got to be free. Because what can bother you, when your body is floating around at the bottom of the lake? Nothing.
nothing is beyond dreams. we can all dream. and if it's a dream about another life or a dream about a magical forest, that does not matter. what matter is that we are all capable of dreaming and we should all envy the gift we are given. this gift is given to us by our own minds and no matter if you dream nightmares or just regular dreams, they are a gift. our mind has gifted us with the ability to form a thought, to make a scenario and play it out while we're not even awake. many people hate dreams. don't. cherish them, because they are the proof that you're sane, while living in this world.