Thursday, 10 April 2008
11:16:24 PM (GMT)
So I've decided to start a series. Go me, right?
Well, tell me what you think of this draft, I made it up from the top of my head, so
don't be afraid to be harsh.
I hit my head against the desk in a moment of frustration.
"Ouch.." I muttered, lifting my head up again and rubbing the new bump on my
Stupid Math.. Stupid Algebra.. How am I supposed to be able to think with all
these new distractions?!
Leaning back in my chair and setting my pencil down, I thought about my choices
One, be bold and tell him how you feel. Two, go after Christopher, he was always
nice, and funny.. and even a little good looking..
I shook my head. How could I let myself get so out of control. One boyfriend and
suddenly the hormones kick in? Sheesh, what was a teenager supposed to do?
I had never been one to obsess over boys, but now I couldn't help it. After the break
up with Damien, I've found myself lusting after him again, and then there's
Christopher. I'd never noticed Christopher before, and now, suddenly, here he was,
starring in my thoughts once more. Well, more like co-starring. Damien was still the
Did he still care about me? Is he just pretending to be aloof? Is he really looking
at me when I throw a quick glance at him?
I sighed. Enough of this. I've got much bigger problems than this. Like my morals.
And math. Let's start with math.
I looked down scowling at my math sheet. Only twelve more questions to go.
Just then, the phone rang.
Thank goodness! I thought as I reached for the phone.
My savior. Siege.
"Hey, What's up, Callie?" He asked, and I could hear the smile in his deep voice.
"Not too much, just having trouble with Number eighteen for math. Have you had any
luck with it?"
"Of course" He answered, and he began to guide me through the process.
Siege was my all time best friend, he was always, always there for me when I needed
him. He never cared if I had a bad hair day, he would help me up if I had an
embarrassing fall in the cafeteria. And most importantly, he didn't care what I was.