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Voice Mail

By tia

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Chapter 1

My answer tone is Skyscraper ends in the background that is one of my favorite songs in the world by Demi Lovato.Please leave a message after the tone. There's a short pause than a long beep.

Hey Baby It's me, I am glad that you didn't pick up . My mom Checked the mail when she got home from her running around this morning. She hands both envelopes to me in the hands while giving me her congratulations. They were my acceptance letters from New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts(NYADA) and Juilliard. We need to decide on which college I will be attending this fall and I want you to be a part of that conversation. Later on that week received the ones from Miami Dade and Florida International University ( FIU). Can you please call me back please this is very important. I love you baby.

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