She was like no other girl he had ever met. Pacing up and down
his bedroom he had to find out her name. Her blossoming red hair
and her point blank lisp is what made him notice her. Ryan was
unaware of her educational status or even her social life. All he
knew is that if he was ever going to find out more about her, he
had to find her. He wanted to pursue immediately but deep down,
Ryan knew it was pointless. He didn't know where to start or even
how to for that matter. Ryan said to himself sarcastically
"Yesterdays History is tomorrow's mystery". He
chuckled and made a sly remark saying that's so "Cliché".
Suddenly a spark fused in his brain. Surely there was a
possibility that this mystery women could live nearby. Ryan
thought hard to remember what happened last night, it was his
only hope of locating this girl. Then it clicked, Garston Park.
He remembered as she left, she said to a friend "It's okay, I
don't need a lift. I live around the corner. Literally!" Ryan
felt like a diamond digger finding Diamonds, Happy yet bedazzled.
He knew she lived in the area and by judging on her appearance;
she surely couldn't be any older than 15 Years of age. This meant
she had to attend school.
Ryan was now starting to get somewhere. He started to gain more of a positive attitude, he may not have all of the information he needs, but he knew what he has was something he could work on. He knew there wasn't much more he could do at this current point of time. He thought to himself that maybe at this current point in time, he needs to get some rest. As he approached his bed a glimmer beam of light flashed into his right pupil. Backing off like it was an extra-terrestrial attack, Ryan knew that that flicker meant something. Once he recovered a few moments later he looked out of his window. Only to find the School he once attended a few months ago. Ryan then got into bed and as he put his head to his pillow. He had already decided on what he was going to do tomorrow before he could even think about it. He knew he was going to wait and see if he could see her tomorrow as all the hooligans left the school. He knew it would be like winning the lottery, he also knew that he wouldn't approach her. All Ryan knew is that it would leave a smile on his face from that point onwards forever and always. Well until he manages to pluck up the courage to actually approach her that is.
It had gotten to that point in time when Ryan would leave his to head to the school. He put on his luxurious ralph Lauren jacket over his old yet sentimental hoodie. He pulled down on his front door handle, took a deep breathe; then he left. He shut the door cautiously and proceeded down his pathway. When he got to the end seconds later, his mind started to flip. He started to have doubts about if this was the right way to approach the situation. It even got to the point where Ryan started to panic and franticly thought if this was even legal. Ryan was as nervous as a new promoted C.E.O. He wanted to meet her and get off on a good start. Question is; how do you get off on a good start? Then Ryan looked down to the floor and decided to turn back. He knew deep down inside that nothing would come of this. Just a waste of precious time.
He slowly staggered towards his emerald green front door, disappointed in himself for no going through with it. But most importantly for getting into this situation in the first place. As he inserted his cleanly cut key into the lock on his front door, he looked back hoping to see her. Ryan knew it was next to impossible. It was worth a shot and he knew he had nothing to lose so he went for it. His predicted result was the winner. He turn back and opened his door with disbelief and disappointment. As Ryan went to enter his house and close his front door; he heard his gate make a sound. He knew it hadn't been opened. But he knew that someone was near it. As he peaked round the corner of his door somewhat suspiciously he was about to get the shock of his life as she was there. Talking to one of her friends. She wasn't there for long but the length was perfect. As she left her friend Ryan got an amazing bit of luck. He listened as her friend said something Ryan would hold dearly. "Okay Keida, it was nice seeing you, see you around. Ryan then shut his door without hesitation with one of the biggest smiles that had ever emerged on his face. For now anyway. He knew that although it didn't go to plan he got something that meant more than the air he breathes. Her Name. Keida, Her name was Keida. Ryan then thought to himself when he would next see her. Tomorrow, Next week or at all!
Several weeks had passed and he had not seen a single sight of her near the school. He started to doubt that she even existed. Ryan believed that he was trapped inside a dream. Insides Hells reality of a parallel universe. Ryan thought to himself that he was never going to see her again. He knew he was never going to get the chance to say to her what has been going through his mind. Then there was a knock at the door, Ryan deep down wanted it to be Keida. He knew the chances were impossible but he went for it. He opened the door and..........
TO BE CONTINUED....................