Whenever I get so bored, and confused about what's going on -I would write letters to my dad in my notebook. It was something that always made me better at the end. I would waste three or four pages talking about my day to my dad,as if he would be here to listen and write back to me days after. I told him about my week in school; about Katy and Rin. I felt my eyes burning. Dad was normally there with a big bucket of cookie dough ice cream and a action movie to watch. We would talk about any and everything, and yet -yet...
"Jimi...! " I can hear Katy in paddling out of the bathroom. I quickly wiped my tears and turned around to see her wrapped in a towel from hair to knees. "Do you have any lotion.? "
I went to my purse and grabbed some citrus lotion and gave it to her. Not once meeting her eyes.
"No plans tonight...? "
"Dancing. " I needed to dance, just to shake the pain away. Katy nodded while getting dressed.
"Does Rin-san know you dance? "
I shook my head. A good thing he didn't know - I don't think he'd care.
"So I can tell him you dance..? " She was giving me that devilish grin. I threw a pencil at her head,she was lucky she dodged it.
"Are you seeing him anyway? " I asked. Hoping that this wasn't some cheesy romantic date.
"He's teaching me how to swim. " She said, in a determined tone. I arched my brow. Katy knows how to swim; I'm the one who can't swim worth saving my life.
"But you know how to swim. " I reminded her. She was slipping on her T-shirt and her yoga pants.
"When was the last time I swam? Years ago. People do get rusty sometimes. " She said, before slipping on her shoes. I sighed and kept writing in my notebook. I couldn't help, but talk about Rin-san so much. From his cute smile ,to his red hair, and he smells good every morning. It's hard to stay cold around someone so hot. I wrote about my grades and Dancing.
"Tell Daddy you almost forgot your panda..! " she said. I shook my head,grinning at her.
"Fine. Tell him I said 'Hi '...!" She said,before going back into the bathroom. There was a knock on the door. Another knock. I sighed, and opened the door - it was Rin.
"Hey Jimi-chan." He said. I grinned politely, before going back to get my own shoes, and kicking the bathroom door inches away.
"I'm coming! I'm coming! " She cried out.
"Matsouka is here! Hurry up!" I yelled. Katy opened the door,and looked around the corner to see Rin standing there with his arms crossed. I flipped my notebook closed behind me,and hid it in my desk. Hoping Rin didn't see it,or me. I slipped on my shoes and jacket,and walked out of the room.
"See ya later,Jimi-chan.. " I froze. Looking over my shoulder at Rin, who was smiling as he waved. My heart was beating again. I didn't really know what to do? Should I really act so cold around him? Or should I risk breaking the pact? I waved back at him, and walked towards the dance studio.
It was a lot bigger than the studios in the states, it made me feel at home. I turned on the music from my phone and started to dance. It was a dance I had been working on for months, and right now I needed all the practice I could get. I turned and dipped,then spun. My hands were in the air as I leapt from one side to another. Spin. Leap. Spin. Leap. Turn. Leap twice -Fall.
I did this for the past few hours. After the last fall,I laid on the ground. Staring at the bright light. Why do I let so much get to me? A boy that probably doesn't give a damn about me. A friend who's so beautiful,that she can take all my crushes away. She's so perfect. Why did we even become friends? I feel miserable.
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Two Bestfriends Jimi and Katy were always there for each other. They were inseparable. Until one day, Katy meets Matsouka Rin, Captain of their school's swimming team,and Jimi's crush. As the two get closer,Jimi finds Rin coming to her too. Causing...