Her whole face is bright and overflowing with hope in the last one as she says her name is “Regina.”
So full of love and trust for a stranger she’d just met. The light and goodness radiates off her in waves. Her smile that reaches beyond her lips and into her eyes fills you with warmth and happiness.
"Evil isn’t born. It’s made."
This breaks my heart for her, and I’m emotionally overwhelmed by how much she’s grown. By the tragedy and heartbreak she’s experienced.
"She once was somebody and is in the process of changing into somebody new, somebody better. Somebody who was somebody in the past and is on their way to becoming somebody better.”
Her story kills me. And I love it.