IT'S BEEN TOO LONG AND I APOLOGIZE FOR THAT.
Danielle and Sebastian arrive at school.
"Dani, I gotta get to class. I'll see ya at lunch," Sebastian whispered before kissing my ear.
"Okay, I'll see you later," I replied and walked to my locker, where Mara Lewis, my best friend waited.
"Girl, you don't even know how many people watch you two," she said, referring to Sebastian and me.
I shrugged my shoulders, opening my locker and pulling out my books. "So? It doesn't bother me."
I shut my locker and turned toward Mara. I had known her since we were seven. We met in first grade and had been best friends ever since.
Mara swept her light hair away from her face. Mara had an ample face, with full cheeks. But her clear blue eyes had made several guys fall for her. Not to mention she was also on the cheerleading team.
"I heard that is might snow next week, aren't you just SNOW excited?" she cracked.
I laughed at the corny joke, almost dropping my books in the process. Mara always had witty jokes and comebacks, always earning a round of high fives or bursts of laughter from people that witnessed it.
I pushed the front doors open, forcing my way through the thick crowd of students. I glanced at the foreign faces all around me. My eyes landed on a beautiful girl, laughing at something. She had wavy dark hair that flowed down to the middle of her back and stunning blue eyes. She was small, and her light blue sweater clung to her petit waist and flawless curves.
I wanted to know this girl. I wanted to know everything about her, all her perfections and even her imperfections, her strengths and weaknesses. She was enticing, and when she laughed, her face held a dazzling smile. I struggled to push my way toward her but students flooded the halls as the bell rang. I lost sight of her as people rushed to their classes, and I hadn't even found my locker yet. I strained to catch even a glimpse of the enchanting beauty, but failed as I was shoved by oblivious students.
I barreled down the abandoned hallways, trying to make it to my first class on time. First impressions were key, and as I worried about the impression I would make on my teacher, I couldn't help but think about the girl I saw earlier. Of course, there was a section of my brain that hoped she would be in at least one of my classes, if not many, but this new school was tremendous, packed with students, so the possibility of that was limited.
I nudged the door of the classroom I was supposed to be in open, scanning the room. I saw the teacher writing on the board, kids slumping in their seats, but not the girl I hoped for. I felt disappointed as I saw the stares from people seated at their desks.
"Care to join us, or will you continue to stand in the doorway?" the strong voice that pierced the air came from the front of the classroom.
I turned toward its owner, the teacher. "Uh, yes sir. Sorry."
I walked up to him and handed him a slip of paper. He glanced down at it, his unruly gray eyebrows furrowing as his eyes trailed across the words.
"Very well, I am Mr. Barnes. Welcome to World History Mr. Bieber, take a seat."
I nodded and advanced down the rows of desks, settling in one towards the back. Kids twisted in their seats, trying to sneak a glance at me without Mr. Barnes noticing. I shook my hair and kept my eyes forward, focused on getting through this class, so I could search for that girl as soon as possible.
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