That feeling when you get your best friend back. That’s the best feeling in the world. To be reunited with the one you’ve known since you were kids. The one who has been there to see you at your worst and your best. The one who you’ve had the craziest adventures with. The one who will always be there for you no matter what. No matter how many fights you get in, they’ll still always be your best friend. Thank you for still being my true best friend.
She pulled me out of all my crap. She was the bright light and the smiling eyes in the middle of my worst storm. And for some reason, my dark heart didn’t bother her. For some reason, I was enough. We wrote into the constellations at sundown, and she added the milk to my black coffee. She blew the dust away before it could cover my candles, and she wrapped her fingers around my heart to keep my prairies from flooding. She’s everything to me, and I don’t think she even knows it.
Prompt:After damaging $1000 worth of private property on a dare Lucas needs a quick way to make the money to pay the guy back. When Charlie Gardner suggests a bet Lucas takes him up on his offer. And what is the bet? Get into the pants of Riley Matthews, the schools very own goody two-shoes princess. AN:This is a short chapter. It’s meant to move the story along, and it picks off right where the last one ends. It only covers that day. Word Count: 1,833 Chapter:9
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He ran with a speed he didn’t know he was capable of. One
stream of consciousness running through his head as he raced through the halls
and up the stairs toward the library. Riley.
He had to know if she was okay.
His feet slapped at the vinyl tile of the school floor as he
thundered around the corner. The closer he got to the entrance the faster he
sped up, since his adrenaline was still high it causes him to slam against the
wooden library doors harder than he anticipated, his elbows hit the hard
surface and a bolt of pain lanced through his arms, not that he could feel it.
The librarian practically jumps out of her skin, shooting
the clearly shaken up boy a stern disapproving look before returning to her
computer. He saunters off, not wanting to cause any more of a scene, his eyes
rapidly scanning the rows between the bookshelves until he spots her.
The second he walks into her line of view, she looks up at
him, a pair of dazzling, vivid brown eyes piercing his insides as he stared
back at her. She was hunched over, arms wrapped around her knees as Isadora
stood by, patting her back lightly as to comfort her.