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 We Were Everything, And Then Nothing All At Once, Over Christmas Holiday|Ari Changes
Ariadne O'Rieley
 Posted: Aug 26 2016, 02:51 AM
Ariadne O'Rieley
"I don't know who I am anymore."
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That was when Ari knew she had to change. Her breakup with Matthew hit her hard. He was the one person who she thought she could count on, but apparently not. Apparently he was going to leave like everyone else did. Abandon her like everyone else had. He wasn't prince charming. He wasn't her safe place. He wasn't her best friend. Who did she have now that he was gone? Nobody? That was just how people thought of Ari. They felt it was okay to leave her because everyone else could do it, so why couldn't they? Well, Ari was going to blow their minds away.
She was going to prove them wrong. She was going to make them wish they hadn't left. She was going to make them beg to come back. She was going to make herself a better person. How? A change. Changing would help everything. She needed to become less like herself, and more like the person everyone wished she was. She now realized that that was the reason why everyone left. Shew as too absorbed in herself. She needed to become more absorbed in other people. Ask how they were doing for a change. Maybe bring them a cake instead of forcing somebody to bring her one.
What else could she change? Her hair? Her beautiful long red hair? It was no question that that was one of the main factors that Matthew loved about her. Perfect. It was gone. The redness that reminded him of fire, gone. Black. That was a good color. She could pull that off. She could make other people double take when she walked down the hallway. She needed that distraction from the day. She needed people to realize that she was going to change for better or for worse. In this situation, it was for the better. She was going to be polite, considerate, and enjoyable to be around. She was going to change her wardrobe, change her views on things, make people take her seriously, and not complain most of the time.
Over Christmas Break, Ari took a bottle of black hair dye and dyed her entire head black. As black as the soul of the person she was before. She went through her wardrobe and got rid of the clothes she felt made her feel like a little kid. She smiled once she looked into the mirror. She had changed. She was officially a person who she could stand to be around. She was a person who Matthew would regret leaving. Whom everyone would regret leaving. She was brand new.

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