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(written by Kat)


After a few minutes of convincing myself to calm down, (I don't know what I was so upset about) I ventured back out into the cafe.

I glanced around but couldn't see Will anywhere. I let out a sigh, I was both relieved and disappointed. I saw Brody waving to me, so I made my way back to the table.

"Well, I definitely think you broke your record this time!" he said glancing at his watch "You must have spent like 20 minutes in there!"

I sat down "Sorry" I said blushing. But, for a different reason... Will had just walked in the door and glanced over at me.

I turned away and looked out the window, leaning my head on my hand so he wouldn't see my face.

"Ugh! The one downside with dating a beautiful girl... all the other guys staring!" Brody said noticing Will.

I couldn't see Will, due to my hand being where it was. But, I could see Brody glaring at him.

The rest of our date was just as arkward and I was extremely glad when we finally left the Blue Diner.

"Good-night" I said kissing Brody before climbing out of his car and running inside.

"I'm back!" I called slamming the door. "where is everybody?"

I walked around the house and eventually into the lounge to see Brett and Mary-Kate sitting on the couch watching a movie, as lovey-dovey as ever. I smiled and ran upstairs to my room, deciding not to interrupt them.

***

"EEP! BEEP! BEEP!" My alarm clock shouted at me.

I groaned and slammed a hand down on it. Wonderful silence filled the room and I burrowed under my blankets a little more.

But, my conscience got the better of me. Darn it!

I groaned again and lept out of bed. Quickly putting my clothes on and brushing my hair.

***

"Yo Ashley what's up?" My friend Scarlett said greeting me at school later that day.

"Hey girl!" I highfived her.

"Won't you be so glad when we get out of this dump!" She said with a look of disdain, referring to the high school.

"Yeah..." I trailed off. Though I was very glad to be graduating from high school in a couple of months, I couldn't help but feel a little sentimental about the highschool I'd attended for the lost four years.

I sure wouldn't miss getting up early in the morning though!!!

Chapter 4

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