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She's a lady
Whatever happened to chilvary? I thought as the bus driver pulled to a complete stop in front of the High School, I was jerked in each direction as everyone slammed off the bus.
I was the last one off, I knew I would be, I was after all the weakest link.
Stepping onto the school grounds I smiled, I had made it this far hadn't I?
Here I come, DrownWood High. I said silently in my mind and my words backfired, because when I looked up too take a deep breath I was knocked too the ground by a hurling football, and a six foot giant.
"dude, did you kill her?" a guy said as the giant football player stood up.
A large gust of air broke through me and I gasped.
"no she's fine." the huge guy said and ran off.
I sat up my head rushing, I looked every which direction, my eyes slowly focusing.
No one seemed too be looking at me, I was a outcast after all, I blew out a sigh, then stood and brushed off, rubbing my head.
I looked over too the front doors but something caught my eye by the willow tree.
It was a guy, and he was staring at me with concern, I stared back, his eye widened slightly as if he were shocked I saw him, then a finger tapped on my shoulder.
"Are you alright,KaDee?" Vyctorea asked seriously.
I'd known Vyctorea for ten years and she was one of the most serious people I knew, I watched as she blew a strand of auburn hair out of her eyes.
"I'm fine." I said then looked over to were the boy was he still gazed over at me. "do you know who that is?"
"who?" Vyc inquired.
"Him..." I murmured pointing, she looked.
"there's no one there, KaDee." she said a eyebrow raised.
"He's right there." I argued.
"maybe you bumped your head harder then you thought." Vyc said softly.
"Calling me crazy?"
I glared but then the bell rang and the arguement was put too a stand still.