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Jessica Williams

Rookie (September 4,1991 / Dallas)

My Future


My future is already set
My future is finding the right person for me
I plan on keeping that one forever
This future tells me that i am going to have a perfect husband
My future tells me that i would be doing what i love in life
This future tells me to keep my dreams and opition open
In my future i am going to be a great mother
This future tells me already that i am going to have the man i always wanted and a babygirl named Dymond the name i always wanted too.
My future id just perfect....
My future

Submitted: Saturday, May 16, 2009

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