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I'm 19 years old. It's been 7 years since I became a huge fan of MCR. I always loved them when I was younger when MTV still played music.

It's almost been another year, and honestly it doesn't hurt as much as it used to. I guess maybe this is what growing up is?

I don't know what to say. As a person, I've changed so much and I don't I could have without all of the bullshit that's happened in my life.

I made this account in July of 2011. I remember I was in summer school before high school to get some extra credit.

Almost another year gone...

So, this is my first blog on here, four days before the four year anniversary of the break up. I really want to go into school with black eyeliner and talk in lyrics all day, and if My Chemical Romance have taught me anything, it's not to be afraid to be different, so I might do that. I'll listen to them all day, talk about them all day and watch the live performances. I may even high-jack the piano in the school hall and play The Black Parade. Though this day is hard, smile because it happened, and cry because it's over but don't hate on anyone.

Killjoys Never Die

I am amazed. I made this account when I was 14. I was a miserable, half-dead teenage girl, who's only source of happiness was a band called My Chemical Romance. I was a musician, and MCR was my greatest inspiration. I can still remember looking at the music videos, the live concert tapes, all of that, and thinking, "one day... I want to be half as good as these people who have been there for me all this time." MCR was my light.
And now... I am 18. I am a music major in college, still trying to reach the exact same goal. But the amazing, mindblowing part for me, is this; I remain as Killjoy.

That sharp pain

I've just finished watching MCR live at the 2011 iTunes Festival. For some reason, I had the urge to watch them live again.
Back when I used to watch their live performances it would fill me with this sense of euphoria. This time however, when certain songs played, my chest hurt. Physically hurt. It was this pain caused by longing for this band to reunite, but knowing that if that were to ever happen it probably won't be anytime soon.
I've come so far since I first discovered My Chem, ten years ago this July, and I know I can survive without their constant presence, but I feel strongest when

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