Sunday Snippet 4/19

(At the Pep Rally)

It wasnt only my parents, either. I could just see the popular girls the Monday after homecoming, tapping their feet and shaking their heads while watching me walk down the hallway. There goes that Andrea Jamison, who thinks shes good enough to be with Luke Ryan.‛ 

I shuddered this time, but I dont think Luke noticed. He was busy clapping and howling with the rest of the crowd as the team members were introduced.

I leaned in near Luke, and he smelled really greatlike something fresh and clean. He looked incredibly good in a suit and tie and I almost couldnt speak. "I...I think I’m going to go back inside before the crowd converges."

"Sure, OK."

Id assumed that to be the end of our conversation, but he turned his gaze to mine and smiled. "Ill go with you." Then he stood with me and took my hand to help me down the unsteady bleacher.

I thought I might just die then and there. Who was this guy? He was a seventeen-year-old gentleman. Did they even come like that these days? He was supposed to wear baggy shorts and have scraggly hair while he grunted rather than spoke to a girl, but instead this one had politely helped this girl down out of the football stands and planned to escort her back to her locker. 

Well, knock me over with a leaf blower. 

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PT said...

This is such a sweet story. I love her internal monologue.

Cindy K. Green said...

Thanks PT!

JTsuruoka said...

Nice. You do a great job of getting the feel of high school right. Not as easy as it seems like it should be, is it?