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I stared at his arm around my waist. “Yeah,” he says, deep in thought. We both are silent, walking together calmly, neither of us knowing exactly what to say next. “He won’t wake up, and he won’t see you agai, Dating Asian Girl Experience.” “Family?
” I asked, “Yeah, family.
” I have to get used to calling them family. “Last time I checked, we were in that dark room in Headquarters,” Yi comments, “even if this is the Spirit world, how in the world could we have ended up here? Unless we’re dead.” We end up back in the garden, Xavier standing right in front of me, still holding my hands.
Skies as clear as can be hang above us, a slew of colors in the flowers below.
Everything is so beautiful, although now a piece of yellow tape stretches from tree to tree of the entrance to the path I had traveled before.
It says DANGER. Though being honest, he’d already argued with her, and didn’t even know her name, a pathetic slam on his part. “I haven’t been to one in a long time.” I said. I looked down and my cheeks grew pink. I’d changed when I got home, I was wearing my tank top and shorts that reached mid-thigh. “I forgot.
” I muttered. I laughed, “Well, how about this. Because of your helpfulness, I hereby give you ‘permission’,” I said that word with bitter distaste, “to eat any desert you’d like. Tell that to the other maids, please.
” Make up your mind! Wrist, elbow…?
Wrist, he thought.
He’d go with the wrist. Chloe rolled her eyes. “Lissa, I couldn’t care less about the problems between the teams. I know it’s stupid, and I know it affects you, but it doesn’t really have an impact on me, since I’m not really committed to any of the boys.” She shrugged.
“I didn’t do this to end the fighting. I did it because I know it’s important to you. And you’re important to me.” “What’d you just say?” Kayden growled I wiped my eyes as we stepped out of the bathroom, a crowd of people stood silently, staring at me with sympathy.
I looked at Trevor, who stared at me with disbelieving eyes. I knew he felt betrayed, how could I not tell my own best friend? The truth was, I thought he’d be ashamed of me, that he’d walk away from me, calling me weak. Mom kept an arm around me as we walked silently down the halls, it held me together, kept me strong. I knew she would be back to hurt me. The last thing that crosses my mind is the word free.