Over the next few days Cassie and Kris seemed to be spending a lot more time together. Kris had become a bodyguard of sorts for Cassie, and kept her out of as much trouble as she could. (Minus the trouble she was getting her into herself, of course.)
Their relationship had grown from just a victim, and her hero, to the best of friends. They both realized how much they had in common. Cassie loved random violence in video games, gory horror movies, and sports just as much as Kris did. They quickly bonded over these similarities, and became inseparable. Until one of them had to go home, that is.
Even though they were closer than two old ladies in a knitting group that have known each other their whole lives, they have yet to have a sleepover. This fact didn’t bother Kris much, of course, because she hadn’t ever slept over at another girl’s house in the first place. Also, the girl thought that it would be awkward… Considering the feelings that Kris had developed for Cassie in the short time that they knew one another. Every time Kris was with Cassie, she felt so alive; so free. She felt as though nothing could hurt her. This girl made Kris feel normalfor once in her life. She was so used to people straying away from her once they realize that she was in fact female, and not male like most would assume. But Cassie stayed. She was her friend.
Kris rolled over in her bed into a more comfortable position. She was fighting a reluctant battle with her insomnia. She couldn’t stop thinking about where her relationship with Cassie might lead. She didn’t know if she could handle being her friend, when she had such strong feelings for the other girl.
Kris squeezed her eyes shut and sighed. “Friend.” She said aloud. “I’ll always be just the friend…”
For once in her life, Melanie couldn’t concentrate. She wasn’t hearing a word of what her History teacher was saying. She heard nothing but her own heart pounding hard in her chest. She couldn’t believe what had happened earlier that day. It seemed like only seconds ago that it happened, she could still taste Kris’ lips on her own.
She gently brought her hand to her mouth and brushed her fingertips against her lips.
“She… Kissed me...” She thought, still unable to understand the day’s earlier events.
“Um… That… Was for a thank you!” Kris stuttered, her face flushed a deep red from embarrassment.
Melanie’s own face was an even darker red at that point. You could have cooked an egg on her face, from the heat it was giving off. She simply nodded, and turned her face away from the taller girl.
“Um… Well, I have to go. Class is starting. See you after school.” Kris quickly said before turning around, and running off down the hall.
Melanie’s blush returned to her at the recollection of the kiss, and it’s aftermath. She looked down at her desk and let out a breath. Was she… Gay?
She had never thought of the possibility before, even though she never really showed any interest in boys. She always thought that was because she hadn’t found the right boy yet. She thought that she was just going through an awkward stage. She was young still; only in the 9th grade. She was just starting high school. She shouldn’t have to worry about dating, or her sexuality yet… Right?
Melanie suddenly became more confused than she had ever been in her life. She couldn’t get her head around the possibility of her being a lesbian. It wasn’t natural… It wasn’t right. But what she felt when Kris kissed her… It had to be right.
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