Before you read this, please read the prologue:

My name is Julliette Rose. Just Julliette Rose. No last name. And this is my story.

It all started when I was three. My mother and father were always fighting. Or rather, my father was always beating up my mother. Until one day, he took out a gun and shot her. It wouldn't be until I was four that the police would even ask me what happened that day. When they finally asked me, I told them exactly what happened. They had only asked because my teacher had reported my bruises and busted lip to child protective services. I was immediately taken from everything I knew, only allowed to take the baby blanket my grandpa gave me when I was born. And with that, I lived in God's Children Orphanage in Tacoma Washington. 

Around a few days ago, I went to court so my dad could try and get custody of me again. The judge wants to give my father custody of me. I can tell. But if I can prove that somebody wants me, my father will have to move on and I will have a family again. I am fifteen years old. Mind you, "Too old" to be adopted is considered around nine. I just want a mama and daddy. I want a home, people who will love me, and somebody to say "I love you" to. I don't have that. A child shouldn't live in an orphanage for too long. It leaves it's mark on them. I have almost had that mark left on me. It's not too late, though. 

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