I'm a nervous mess!
It's been three days and Rosy is finally giving me my answer. She asked me to meet her in the same spot I asked her to be my girlfriend but first I have to take care of some business.
If I want not only Rosy but, the school to take me seriously I have to cut off all my ties with any other girls I have.
I took out my phone and drafted up a message explaining why they can no longer contact me and proceeded to send it to the girls in my contact list. All but one. This one I have to do in person.
We need to talk. Meet me at the greenhouse.
I'm at my locker putting my pointe shoes away. My heart is palpitating from how nervous I am and my hands are starting to feel sweaty. It has been three days since Jett has asked me out. I waited three days because I wanted to see how serious he was about being in a relationship. I also wanted to see if he thinks I'm worth the wait before I waste my time. I don't want to make the same mistakes as last time.
In class, he's been respectful of not stepping out of the friend zone just yet, but it's nice to be able to talk to him again. At lunch, Jett and Ace join us now since they both are fully forgiven. I was surprised not to see their friends tag along but Ace explained that he wanted to completely smooth over everything between the three of us. Which I was thankful for because I'm not sure how ready I was to form acquaintances with other people.
But the time has come, and I can't keep stalling. I told Jett to meet me in the garden again and I will give him my response. A million thoughts ran through my mind as I made my self look presentable.
Does he still want me?
I shook my head as I continue to take my hair out off my messy braid, leaving curled locks instead. I reapplied a little bit of lip gloss to give a little spice to my lips, but not too much to the point where it seems I was trying too hard. I was dressed today in a high waisted, flared, jean skirt with a yellow and navy blue stripped cropped-T and my Dr. Martins. I smoothed out my skirt one last time and looked in the full-length mirror of the lockers. I smiled at the sight of a girl with bright green eyes filled with joy, and a smile that could light up a whole city. I was so giddy and happy. I grabbed my bag from my locker and left with a slight bounce in my steps.
On my way upstairs to the greenhouse, I saw Teresa giving me an encouraging thumbs up, which I returned with a smile. I opened the door to the roof and walked to the greenhouse when I noticed two silhouettes standing not too far from each other. I felt my heart dropped as I heard a familiar giggle and stood there listening.
"Oh, come on Jett. You know we had such a good time why can't we just be together. Ditch that wannabe looser ballerina and come with me. My parents are out of town, maybe I can remind you why we make a perfect couple." I heard Victoria in a sultry voice.
My blood boiled as I strained my ears to listen to Jett's response.
I will not lose my temper without hearing what he has to say. Not again!
I heard him sigh and say, "Victoria I know what we had was good. In fact it was great but first of all, we were never a couple. And I'll appreciate it if you would stop telling everyone we are. Second of all, how can I ever be with you if you have slept with half the lacrosse team? How can I know you will not cheat on me with the captain of the basketball team? Yes, I know you slept with him after you slept with me but I never really cared because I made it very clear that I didn't want to be with you."
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Leaps into the Bad Boy's HeartTeen Fiction
She's a ballerina. Delicate, beautiful, smart, sweet, the perfect girl to show your family. He's the bad boy. Sexy, player, troublemaker, and confident, the boy you never want to show your family. When Rosery goes to Florida Performing Arts School...