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No Regrets
No Regrets

There was once a guy who suffered from cancer--a cancer that could not be treated. He was 18 years old and could die anytime. All of his life he was stuck in his house being taken care of by his mother. He never went outside, but he was sick of staying at home and wanted to go out for once. So, he asked his mother, and she gave him permission. He walked down his block and found a lot of stores.


 He passed a CD store and looked though the front door for a second as he went along. He stopped and decided to go back to look inside. He saw a young girl his age, and he knew that it was love at first sight. He opened the door and walked in, not looking at anything else but her. He kept walking further and further in until he was finally at the front desk where she sat. She looked up and asked, "Can I help you?" She smiled, and he thought it was the most beautiful smile he had ever seen, and wished to kiss her right then and there. He then muttered out, "Uh, yeah, ummm, I would like to buy a CD."


He picked one out and gave her the money for it. "Would you like me to wrap it for you?" she asked. Smiling her cute smile again. He nodded, and she went to the back. She came back with the wrapped CD and gave it to him


After that, he left the store. He went home and from that day on he went to that store and bought a CD and she wrapped it for him. He took the CDs home, and just set them in his closet. He was still too shy to ask her out, though he really desired to do so. He was just too shy.


One day his mother found out about this and told him to "just ask her out!"  The next day, he mustered up all the courage he had and went to the store. He bought a CD, and as usual, she went to the back of the store and wrapped it. When she came back, he took the CD, and when she wasn't looking he left his number on the desk and ran out of the store.


Ring! The mother picked up the phone and said, "Hello." It was the girl! She asked for the boy, and the mother started to cry and said, You don't know? He passed away yesterday. The line went quiet except for the cries of the mother. Later that day, the mother went into the boy's room because she wanted to surround herself with the memory of him.


She thought that she would begin by looking at his clothes. When she opened the closet she was faced with piles and piles of unopened CDs, She picked one up, and sat down on his bed and started opening it. Inside the wrapper was of course the CD, but as she was pulling it away out fell a piece of paper. His mother picked it up, and on it read: Hi! I think UR cute. Do U want to go out with Me? Love Jacelyn."


The mother opened another CD, again, there was a piece of paper that read: Hi! I think you are cute; do U want to go out with me? Love Jacelyn


So dear friends, if you love somebody, say it out loud to him or her, before they pass away, Remember to always say what you mean, and if you love someone, tell them. Don't be afraid to express yourself, because when you decide it is the right time, it may be too late. Seize the day, never have any regrets, and most importantly stay close to your friends and family.


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Chapman Cares, Inc.

P O Box 442158

Ft. Washington, MD 20749

Phone: 301-449-1181



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