A and D (16)

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Argh. Not again. When will he stop?!

I scowled and sat up, screaming, “Aaron, will you give me a –” I stopped, the current reality crashing down on me.

Everything was not the same anymore – at least between Aaron and me. I remembered the week after we went on our separate ways; I was awakened by a loud rap noise. Like this morning, I was shouting at him but then I would realize that we were not best friends anymore – my fault.

I guessed the saying; “Old habits die hard” was pretty much true. Up to this day, my subconscious self still felt like nothing had changed. But I knew that wasn't the case.

Anyway, apparently, the wake-me-up-with-rap-music still remained. I figured that that must be the reason why he didn’t want me to remove the talkie on the wall, very sneaky of him.

Somehow, I felt touched because he still cared about me – even though I practically forced him to choose Annabelle a month ago. But I gotta do what I gotta do. Annabelle gave me a way out to experience High School without all the insults and stuff. It was sad that I had to lose Aaron in order to experience that.

It didn’t show but . . . I was worn-out. My tough façade was bound to crumble sometime. I didn’t realize until that night that I would've grown into this sarcastic teenage girl who hated High School because of people’s judgmental attitudes. And did you know where the reason of it all was pointing at?

Yep, you guessed right. It was pointing at Aaron.

I wanted to see if there was another side of me other than sulky and cynical. I didn’t know where I was going with this but I just . . . I just wanted to be happy and peaceful.

I sighed as I climbed out of bed and went by the window. I searched Aaron in his bedroom but I didn’t see him.

That was the other thing. I barely saw him anymore. Yeah, I always saw him in school and at Basketball games but that was it. I didn’t see him in his room or anywhere outside school grounds. And when he did got home, he closed his window curtain, which was totally weird because we never closed our curtains.

Huh. I guess it was really different now.

But still, it was winter break already and he was waking me up? Was he not aware that we had no school? What time zone was he in???

I turned around, rubbing my eyes. I was still scowling from that stupid racket. But then I jumped in shock when I saw a guy standing in my doorway. He didn’t even bother to knock. I rolled my eyes at him.

Jason was still the same old nerd I knew. Remember what I said on the first day of senior year about being a nerd comes from the bloodline? Yeah, well, Jason was the boy version of me – without the sarcasm.

But in all honesty, he could actually look decent for someone who was supposed to be a nerd. He didn’t wear glasses, he was tall with a curly brown hair and brown eyes, and he didn’t look puny at all.

“I come home from College, had been away for a few months, and this is what I get?” asked Jason skeptically, crossing his arms.

“Well, if you wanted a grand party you could’ve told me sooner,” I retorted, sticking my tongue out.

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