"Jamie. Jamie. Jameson Michael Andersen! Get down here, or you're
going to be late!" Mum shrieked from the den. Same routine. "Well
someone pissed in your cornflakes this morning!" I teased while
popping some toast in the toaster. "Jameson-" "Jamie," I inquired.
A long sigh from mum, "Jamie, it's like this each and every
morning." I rolled my eyes and grabbed my burning toast. "Than buy
me an alarm clock," And with that I walked out the door. "Hey,
Nolan," I breathed. He turned his blonde head to me. "Oh, hi. Same
as usual?" He looked at me up and down with crystal blue eyes. "You
guessed it," We walked in silence for therest of the way, which was
two blocks. "Crap!" I hit myself in the head. "Huh?" Nolan slowed
his pace. "You know Miss Valdosta? I didn't do my-" My eyes locked
onto a possible new girl, and I instantly forgot my problem.
*Ding-ding* The shrilll of the bell woke me from my trance. "Now
lets see who this fox is." I snickered. "You're lucky I'm not aloud
to hit teenagers!" Miss Valdosta spat. I dug my nails, well, tried
to dig my nails into the wooden desk. "Jeez," someone muttered
behind me. I turned around and I saw Foxy again! "Whats your name?"
I asked, trying not to drool. She hung her head and
murmured,"Trinity," Her chestnut brown hair hid her beautiful face,
but her big, bark eyes narrowed at me, and I knew I was in love...
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