Friday, 1 August 2008
12:49:53 AM (GMT)
See previous entries to Understand this Story.
Strange as it may be, I can't remember how we started to hang out. I'll refer to my
diary to see if anything suggests it there. In October I started to notice him as
'cute'. November came around and I visited a friends condo, and met another boy.
Let's say, Cameron. Cameron was slightly younger than me, possibly a year. I liked
him a lot, yet it lasted only a while. Towards the end of December I started to think
Aaron was amazing, as well as his funny friend sidekick. We were hanging out full
fledged in December, and then it happened. The thing that practically kept us
We both got in the play. This was the greatest thing that could have been done. We
hung out all the time at recess. When my friends got mad at me, Brittany and I would
hang out with Aaron and his friends. I might have ditched my besties a few times for
him, which I'm not proud of, but they never seemed to take offense(as fas as I can
tell.) Anyways, before drauma started Aaron, Brittany, Emily, Rachel and I would walk
to the store around the corner from school. Rachel hadn't got in the play, but she
was backstage. We had great times on that forbidden walk to the store. One time, we
almost got caught(Technically we did), and we promised to stay in it together. As a
joke, Aaron yelled, “If we're in trouble, Rachel did it!”
I considered him one of my best friends, and he practically made that year worth it.
As well as Nathan, who I liked very much in seventh grade and then found I had liked
him in sixth as well. Oh I can't begin to explain the feelings I had for these boys.
They weren't just butterflies in my stomach, they were rockets blasting off every few
Then, the unimaginable happened. I caught the green bug. I became annoyed with my
friend, Emily, because she was always hanging out with Aaron. And she heavily
disapproved of my new bestie, Brittany. She was jealous and so was I. Brittany also
noticed how rude Emily was being towards her. I knew it- I was envious and attention