Our Song

Leah is beautiful, outgoing, and popular. Because of this, she's gotten everything she’s ever wanted. Except for one thing. All she's ever really wanted was to please people, but she never seems to be able to. Unlike her friends, she doesn't care about any of the superficial things that seem so important. To Leah, if something isn't fair, it just isn't right. So when an isolated classmate named Blake gets to listen to music during class while no one else can, she can’t help but feel annoyed by him. When their English teacher partners the two of them up for a project that will last them the entire school year, this only adds fuel to the fire. Their assignment is to create a song describing their relationship. Sounds easy, right? Not for these two. Blake is different, and Leah is about to find out that different is just what she wants and needs. But what she doesn't know is that Blake has a secret, and it's something he desperately wants to keep from her. Falling in love with someone isn't as easy as it might seem. Life isn't fair, but Leah and Blake are about to find out that love isn't either.
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I'll bring the candy....O.O....*pewdiepie voice*WAIT A SEC.....NOOOOO! NO CANDY FOR YOU >:( NO CANDY FOR YOU!!! >:(
@chels_hermi yo if you're deaf you can feel the vibrations of the music...so yes he can.
He has some sort of problem where he hears the lesson through his headphones and he can't talk very well because of this problem?
In tfios Hazel Grace looked straight at the beloved Augustus Waters so... Not like tfios.
She wouldn't even have to interact with him. She can literally just walk past him, sharpen her pencil, and walk back again without interactinf
@immunxty I posted another comment right after that saying schizophrenia because I thought it through.

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Name McKenna
Location The Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women
Birthday Jun 18
Member Since Sep 29, 2010
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