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The Me's of Life

Novel By: iCassidyN
Fan fiction



Kristy loves to read and is a tomboy. But when she starts school in Shepparton things are different. People are all over her and she is having trouble finding the right people to be her friends. View table of contents...


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Submitted:Feb 16, 2013    Reads: 24    Comments: 2    Likes: 2   


"Come eat your breakfast Kristy!" Mum called from the kitchen.

"Ugh!" I shouted back.

I flopped back down on my bed. I'm too tired to move. I had been running and swimming most of the day. Mum was at work, not realising how much sport I had done. Same with Dad.

"Kristy! Hurry." Mum said.

I managed to pull myself out of bed and make it down stairs, but that was pretty much as far as I had gotten. I lay down at the last step. Mum glared at me.

"Sorry, I'm just...tired." I explained.

I'm Kristy. I am 13 years old. My birthday was only 3 months ago. My family moved to Sheppartion just a week ago. The public school hasn't started yet, which is lucky, I will be at the same stage as everyone else. I won't be the 'new girl.'

"Well get up, school is starting in a hour."

"I know. Thanks for reminding me." I said sarcastically.

Dad packed up his newspaper and grabbed his briefcase and walked outside.

"Bye?" I asked.

"Oh right. Sorry sweetie." He kissed my head. "Bye. Have a nice day at school."

"Thanks."

I watched as he walked out the door. I won't see him until he gets home at 8:30. It's like I never get to see him. He usually leaves first thing in the morning, just before I wake up, and doesn't get home until an hour before I get to bed. 1 hour a day with your dad is not enough. I know lot's of people never get to see their mum or dad. But when you know you have one, and he only goes to work, you'd think the times are a bit...strange.

That's pretty much how my life is. I never get to see my dad, my mum barely works, I have to move pretty much every three years. I am only going to get through high school by getting use to making new friends every year.

I quickly ate the food my mum had placed on the table for me. She was right, it is cold. Then I raced up to my room and chucked on the uniform. That's right. This school has a uniform. I guess it's not too bad. I won't get teased for what I wear anymore. It will just be the same as everyone else.

I walked back out to the kitchen, kissed mum on the cheek. "See you later. I don't want to be late for the bus."

"Good girl. Bye." Mum said.

I walked outside and the cold breeze smashed my face. Whoa, it's cold out. The bus pulled up in front of my house. A couple of the kids on the bus looked at me coldly. What did I do?

I walked on the bus and looked around for a place to sit. No where. No one was asking if I could sit with them, so I scanned for the perfect person to sit next to.

I saw someone near the back. She has glossy brown hair, no make up and no earrings and stuff. Seemed like my kind of person. I sat next to her.

Hey! Sorry this is kind of short. I think that all the chapters will be like that. (If you have seen my other novel, I think I might discontinue that one :( Sorry!)





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