I’m officially 12,000 friends richer! Thank you to everyone that follows my blog! I honestly didn’t think much would come of this blog and was excited at the thought of 100 followers, but it has come a long way! Sorry, I don’t have a better or more special picture for this wonderful occasion, but this is my book haul from Saturday!
Pairing: Becca x MC Word Count: 542 Universe: The Freshman Author’s Note: MC trying to get out the pit stop status. She tells Becca what is on her mind and Becca doesn’t know what to do. I am betting there will be a part 2 in the future.
Lying there with my arms wrapped around a satisfied, or at least I thought she was fulfilled. I closed my eyes thinking about this last year and half of school. If you told me at the beginning of college that it would like this, I would have laughed at you. After, falling in love and watching it all apart. I thought I could handle anything with Kaitlyn but, the more I wanted to hang on to that relationship the faster it seemed to fall apart. This thing with Becca and me was just fun in the sheets, and at the end of the day, I want more. I don’t know where I stand with Becca.
I thought she was asleep but, she turned around and moved, so we were face to face. She asked, “So I know is this not like me but, are you okay?” She started rubbing my side. I felt my heart started racing there was just something about her that does things to me. One touch I could be undone. I replied, “I don’t know if I am and not. What are we doing? We started back up when school started again. Am I still just a pit stop?”
She ran her hand through my hair and pulled me to her and planted a hard kiss on my lips. It was over way too fast. “Did that shut you up? Stop thinking about it and just take it for what it’s worth,” She said while grinning at me. “Sorry, Becca I can’t,” I admitted. I slipped my hand into hers. I continued, “I care about you, and I don’t think I can stay too much longer as your dirty little secret. Are you ashamed of me?”
“No, God no but, there is more to this than just us,” She said. She looked down at our still enjoined hands. She added, “You know I care about you, too, right?” “Really, well now I do,” I said. I shook my head but, she did tell me what this was at the beginning. I continued, “You were honest about what this was at the start. So, I can’t blame you. Right now, I am fooling myself because I should have known I couldn’t change you.”
Becca looked at me, and her mouth opened like she wanted to speak but, she stayed silent. “Hey, it is my fault for developing feelings for you. I know now, what I want that is I want to have something real. I don’t think you can offer that to me right now,” I said as I got off her bed. I went all around her bed trying to find all of my articles of clothes. Becca stayed silent while she sat on her bed.
I was putting my clothes back on, and the reality of the situation hit me. I know without this to keep us together we will drift apart. I know that I would not have any more nights like this. As I walked away, I realized the ball was on her court. I told her what I wanted. I deserved to be happy no matter how these glimpse of her made me feel it would never be the real thing that I wanted.
“It is hard to articulate the way that feels. You know, I’m putting on tights and it feels like I’m putting on something like I used to when I took dance class. But then, you get the cape and I turn around and look in the mirror and I see the “S” and something clicks inside. And there’s… it just really does transform… internally. It’s hard… it’s impossible not to feel empowered and to feel hope and strength and brave when I’m wearing it. I feel like a different person.” – Melissa Benoist on how was it when she first put on the Supergirl costume.
“I don’t think I even have a clear perspective of how I’m depicted in the media. I don’t ever read anything [about myself]. Sometimes fans will say, ‘I heard you’re such a nice guy.’ And I’m like, ‘From where? Where are you getting your information?” – Charlie Hunnam
A high school senior in Arizona just became the first female football scholarship recipient at an NCAA DII school or higher, per ESPN.
Becca Longo has signed a letter of intent with Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado, according to CNN, after sending out her highlights reel to various colleges and adding Timm Rosenbach, the head football coach at Adams State, on Twitter.
That caught his eye, and got him to watch her tape.
“If she’s able to compete at a level we think she’s able to compete at, we should afford her that opportunity to do that,” Rosenbach told CNN.
According to ESPN, roughly a dozen women have played college football, but Longo is the first known scholarship recipient. Read more (4/17/17 1:50 PM)