eleven: awkward air & snow days
“Luke how far do we have to walk?” Cara complained as we walked down various hallways to get to Luke’s new dorm room. She practically demanded that Luke take us to his new room, she thought he was making this up.
What she didn’t realize was how far Luke’s original dorm was and now the new one is even further, and she still has a broken foot.
Luke was still extremely angry and I was struggling to keep up with how fast he’s walking. And poor Cara, she was trailing a few feet behind, limping since there’s a giant boot preventing her from moving quick.
“We’re almost there, calm down.”
After a few more turns, we finally reached the outside of his new door. He pulled his new key from his pocket and fumbled a little until he got the door unlocked, causing Cara to chuckle.
I wasn’t sure why I came along with them, why would I want to see Luke’s new room when we weren’t able to have a real conversation without fighting. But since he’s rooming with Shawn now, the thought of seeing him gave me mixed emotions now.
What if things suddenly got awkward? What if he has feelings for me?
“God finally,” Luke muttered, opening the door to the small room. As we walked in the room, I didn’t expect it to look any different. There were 2 small beds, a desk and a few other things that either Luke or Shawn must’ve put up.
One side was full of all things soccer related. Posters, fan items, goalie gloves, and even a few soccer balls. I automatically assumed that was Luke’s half of the room. The other side was quite unorganized. There were posters that were music related on the walls and a few pictures that Shawn must’ve taken himself. I noticed a few from when we went and took pictures together for multiple assignments. In the corner was a guitar stand, but no guitar.
“Cute room,” Cara commented, her gaze fixing on one of Luke’s soccer trophies he had displayed. He grumbled in response, not wanting anything to do with this room.