Fanfic – The Bet - 2/??
Summary: Computer Science teacher, Daisy Johnson has to help the new Spanish Substitute teacher get his bearings at Garfield High School.
A/N: Written for AU – Quakerider as teachers in a High School
Finally the next chapter! A special shout-out to @quakerider-hell for being an amazing beta reader whom I love to bounce ideas off of, and for also providing constant reminders and motivation to get it done. Lol Hopefully, once finals are over and I have an actual break from work, I will be able to hash out this story in its entirety. I already have it pretty much all outlined out, so fingers crossed that the wait won’t be as long and that it is worth it.Thank you all for your patience. I hope you enjoy. :)
“Ugh how many more??”
“Only fifteen, now relax”
“Remind me that you owe me coffee for the next ten years.”
“Stop being so dramatic..”
“Oh, I’m dramatic? Do your students really need this program?” Daisy complained.
She had to admit she was getting annoyed with herself, but the fact that she had been awake so early had caused her regular irritations to increase tenfold. Helping for the past week and a half trying to input as many programs into the Spanish classroom made her irritable. She was hoping there was an easier way, but unfortunately it wasn’t just a simple “pop in the disc and program installed.” Since they decided on getting the most cost-efficient program, it got a bit time consuming downloading and reinstalling the program into their ancient computers. She knew they were ancient, but actually installing them in another classroom made her realize how lacking the classrooms were in regards to new technology
He finally stopped working on one of the computers and turned to face her: “Ya deja de quejarte…I’m hoping I can get these ready so my students can start using it by the fourth week anyway. So, mientras más callada te quedes, the faster we can get this done which means no more desmadrugadas…”
“Alright I may not know a lot of Spanish, but I know judgment when I hear it, Reyes” she said raising an eyebrow and feigning offense.
He smirked, “And if it was?”
“Then I’m doubling the number of months you are going to buy me coffee?”
Smiling he said “Maybe you should actually be using this program as well to practice Spanish yourself, I mean you live in Southern California—East LA—of all places…I mean… I would have expected you to know some more Spanish.” He teased.
“Hey now! I just—“Daisy tried to retort.
But she didn’t get a chance to finish her rebuttal because she didn’t realize that a student barged in.