I Dream Of Jeanie By Hollie Joy Wright
She lived to the age of 82
It came very out of the blue
But as all must go, so did she say your goodbyes and leave her be
She was found lying on the floor of her apartment, by her neighbor, Mr. Daneski. He had walked in to congratulate her on her second month of sobriety. The autopsy confirmed that the cause of her death was, indeed, an overdose. She sat through a weeks long movie marathon entitled “I Dream Of Jeanie” without so much as moving and, in doing so, she died. The name of the deceased was known as “Hollie Joy Wright,” date of death September sixth, 2081. Hollie was the seventh child out of twelve born into the Glenn and Linda Wright family; birthdate April 29, 1999. Hollie was a happy child with a plethora of hobbies and interests. She had an eccentric mind, eclectic taste, with a flare for fashion. She never held back when she wanted to do or say something. Perfection was her norm, this was ultimately the beginning of her demise. Although …show more content…
Seuss. The quote, “Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it's a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Which is what I do, and that enables you to laugh at life's realities,” was one of her favorites from Dr. Seuss. She lived as many may have liked to have lived, loose and carefree. She didn’t let life’s harsh realities get her down, and often found a silver lining to a bad day.
However, living without too much care was dangerous. She often lost sight of reality and her friends had to bring her back. Though, at times, her friends were far and in between. Hollie became somewhat of a hermit and lived alone for a number of years. She had acquaintances everywhere, but none has ever really been anything more than that. She had no trouble talking to people, but she wouldn’t always say the right thing. She would go on random rants about her day or about whatever popped into her