I didn't fly over to the place since it was so close. Instead, I briskly walked the block. In my other pocket I found a pass-like card. It was just like a credit card but on the front, the words \"Lakeshore Condos\" were printed. The condo had a small enclosed space to enter the actual building and in that room, it had a computer thing with a disabled button and a block. My gut instincts told me to swipe the card. The machine beeped and I opened the door. I had walked into a large lobby with a guard at the front desk and a few couches off to the side. I walked over to a corridor and near the middle, three elevators stood. I reached over to press the button and accidentally touched hand with a guy of about 17 \"Sorry,\" I exclaimed, pulling back. \"Ah, no. No need to apologise. Since it was my fault,\" he said, dipping into a bow. He straightened and smiled, dimples showing. He was beautiful, not like cute or handsome or even hot, just beautiful. He had skin the colour of ivory and midnight black hair that curls around a little near the ears. His eyes, his eyes were the highlight of his face. Sapphires against a brilliant white canvas were the exact words to describe this. I was pulled out of my awe as the elevator doors opened. I stepped in and pressed the button with the number nine. I took a deep breath as the elevator doors opened again. I stepped out and a plaque stated that my suite was off to the right. I pulled out the house key and tried to get it into the keyhole but my hands were shaking too much. Somehow, my hands stopped shaking for just enough so I could jam the key in and turn the lock. I pulled out the key and opened to door. Inside, it had a kitchen that was stocked with fresh ingredients including all the baking supplies. And it had one room with my bed from home with the same sheets and stuff. And my desk which had my school items and my drawing stuff along with my laptop and iPod. There was a dining table for four and a few white couches that surrounded a 52' inch flat screen tv. A balcony looked out onto Lake Ontario. Which was shimmering in the sunset. Pinks, oranges, reds, purples, and blues covered the sky. I sighed. I wasn't in the mood to cook or eat so I went into the walk-in closet and grabbed a pair of pajamas and changed. I flopped onto the bed and immediately fell asleep.
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