The Spy Way
Chapter 2“Hey, how was your weekend? Was that dinner as boring as you thought it would be?” I genuinely asked Jess.
She rolled her eyes and responded, “My weekend? Just great. That dinner. Worst than I expected. The guests were like a hundred years old and they drooled on their clothes.”
“Ew,” I shuddered.
We laughed together. Jess was like my sister. After my dad died six years ago, I learned to depend on her too. Instead of just my mom.
“Uhhhh,” I tapped my leg rapidly, “Oh yeah. English. Do we have a test today?”
“Yeah, Why? Wait, let me guess. You didn’t study, did you.” Jess said.
She knew me so well, It was a little scary sometimes.
“Yep. Not at all.” I said with ease.
“Does it even occur to you that you get graded for all your missing assignments and failed tests?”
“What does it matter? You know this school is just my cover.”
She dropped the topic and just stared out the window. Jess is just that kind of person who has do everything right. She acts, plays sports, gets straight A+’s, is super nice, and she’s an amazing spy. Me? I just do what I think is important. English. No. Science. No. Math. No. So for now Mildred Prep is just another waste of time.