When I woke up, I was in my bed. It was so comfy and I honestly did not want to get up. I had to go back to that filthy mortal school! As much as I love learning, I have dyslexia, which makes it hard to concentrate in school. I prefer fighting my mortal enemies then school.
I rolled out of bed and stumbled into the bathroom. I brushed my hair, with a great deal of effort, mind you. I walked back to my closet and saw that an outfit had already been picked out for me. It was a pair of jean shorts and a meshi nay blue tank top. I put on some nude sandals, and went downstairs.
I was not very hungry, and ate a muffin from a basket the gods had left for us. I sat on the couch, when Leo came running downstairs.
"Ok everyone. Begin thanking me now, for I have created the greatest thing ever," he said, Calypso lightly laughing at his side. "I have created demigod-safe phones," he said, his smile growing wider.
I perked up. I had always wanted something that would allow me to contact Percy faster than word of mouth. Leo passed them out, and I got a skinny silver phone. I pressed the circular button on the end, and the screen lit up. It said the time and the date. I knew a lot about mortals, and my step-mom has one of these. I already knew how it worked.
"I constructed them so we have our very own cell-service. Monsters cannot 'tap' into the signals, and they are completely demigod safe. I don't have cases right now, so try not to drop them. Also," Leo was talking so fast it was a bit hard to comprehend.
"Leo," Calypso said, putting a hand on his shoulder. "Maybe slow down a bit. Some of this stuff is completely ne," She said, Leo blushing.
"Oh, ha, sorry guys, so as I was saying, don't lose them! Seriously, keep them on you at all times. I don't think mortals can do anything on them, but I don't want to take any chances. OK?" He said. We all nodded in agreement.
"Quick, Annabeth, tell me your number," Percy said, jumping next to me on the couch.
"Um, my number is 266-223-8411," I replied. Almost instantly my phone buzzed. I looked down, reading a text from an unknown number.
Hi wise girl ;)
I smiled. I saved the number and made Percy's contact. We kept texting, probably for an unnatural amount of time. I looked at the clock, and rushed back upstairs for my backpack.
As I was coming back downstairs, a group chat had been started. Oh dear.
Percy offered to drive me, and we drove into Goode, hand-in hand. We parked, and Percy opened my door; such a gentleman. I slung my backpack over my shoulder, and we headed into Goode. I have to note, I didn't expect girls to be this judge-mental here. I cannot count how many death glares I received, just by walking hand in hand with Percy; although, I returned the glares 10x harder.
As I was heading to my first class, I heard so many whispers.
"I bet she and Percy haven't even done it yet. She doesn't even wear any makeup. She totally dyes her hair; that is definitely not a natural color. I think she's hypnotizing Percy; there's no way he's ever like a girl like that," I heard all those things whilst walking to my first class. Man, I hated mortals.
My first period class was English. I sat towards the middle of the room. On one side of me sat the girls who I absolutely despised. I had only been here one day and I already hated them. There were three of them, and they were enveloped in a cloud of perfume and body spray. They were all on their phones. Ugh.
They were wearing the slutiest clothes I have ever seen. The first one, I think her name is Aubrey, sat in the middle. She was wearing a skin-tight skirt, that barely skimmed her upper thigh, and her shirt was practically a bikini top. Her stilettos would have given me vertigo, and her hair was dies platinum blonde. *barfs*