Dear diary, 

I used to believe that my fast feet were a blessing. It was something I could be proud of; I was the fastest one out there, even faster than people like Germany! But now I realize that it is one of the worst parts about me. All it proves is how useless I am because all I ever do is run away. I wish I could be stronger in some other way. I want to be as useful to my friends, instead of just something to protect.

-Italy 

Submitted Anonymously.

Dear diary,

I know that my loneliness is self-imposed; I would be a fool to not understand it. But… that doesn’t mean that I don’t wish with all of my heart that I could reconnect with my brothers. They are all I have — all I have ever had… Then I remember that I chose to cut ties myself, and that I don’t deserve for them to care. Even if it would be nice.

-Ireland 

Submitted by: erin-kirkland-the-emerald-isle

Dear diary,

So, I decided to do some sight-seeing today! It totally rocked. I visited this school saying that I was a potential member of the school board, and this really nice lady showed me around to all the classrooms. I forget how much I freakin’ love kids, man. I got to sit in on some of their lessons and hearing them talk just made my day. They’re pretty smart for being, like, seven, you know? I would have joined the school board, but I’m already on too many. The Prez said I can’t join any more. :/

-America

Submitted by: writingandchocolatemilk

Dear diary,

Today, I saw a small ghost following America around with a small flower. I asked America who the boy was. He started crying. 

-Belarus

Submitted by: spooky-sealand

Dear diary,

For a long time we’ve known that we couldn’t age past our prime and our state of being resides on the state of our country, but today we found something else out: what would normally kill a human doesn’t kill us. We’ve always tried to avoid human death traps, like guns and swords beyond what we need to lead an army. But this was the first time a mortal wound happened to any of us. I am terrified of the future and if we choose to explore this new knowledge. Worse if our leaders ask us.

-Germany

Submitted by: hetawriter

Dear diary,

I went over to Canada’s house today. I walked in on him watching Lion King, just as The Circle Of Life song was finishing. He didn’t even say hi; he patted the couch and said with a disappointed look, “You just missed the song, you dummy. Sit down and I’ll rewind it.” So he ended up taking it back to the very beginning of the movie and sang The Circle Of Life as loud as he could. I love this idiot.

-Prussia

Submitted by: darling-from-the-motherland

Dear diary,

Sometimes, Germany still bugs me and lectures me about eating too much salt. It’s nice of him to care, but I’m wondering if he’s ever seen anything that America puts in his mouth?

-Japan

Submitted Anonymously.

Dear diary,

I really wish people would start noticing me. I mean not as America but as myself. I’m so tired of people confusing me with my brother!! I always get bullied for it and it sucks. Too bad I can’t think of any good ways to make myself stand out more.

-Canada

Submitted by: raven-is-an-otaku