"Mom, I'm ready to move!"
"Don't you want to say goodbye to your friends?"
"It hurts too much right now, it will hurt if I see them cry."
I pull out my iPod and pick my favorite song. I plug my ears in with my ear phones and ignore the world.
"Mom, you haven't told me where we are moving."
"I'll tell you when we get on the plane."
"K, I'm just going to listen to music. Please just not talk to me."
My phone vibrates and I see I got a text.
"Hey, why aren't you at school?"
"Rena, I don't want you to be mad at me, but I'm moving."
"Why didn't you tell me?"
"I was already hurt, I didn't want to see you cry. I guess I was just being selfish and only thinking about me."
"Ok, just make sure you can text me everyday and call me."
"I, I love you sis."
"Love you too."
Edwards POV (boy in California)
"Hey, Edward, when are you gonna give in and get a girl friend?"
"When the time is right. Non of the girls here are good enough- well my type."
"Well just make a wish and hope a girl moves here and make sure you ask her out."
"What if she isn't my type like all of these girls?"
"I don't know man."
"Hey, Edward, I was wondering if you would go out with me sometime?"
"Um, no thanx, I'm really busy."
Back on the plane-
"Chloe, this means you're going to have to go to a new school."
"Yes, mom. I knew that."
By this time, I was on the plane trying not to close my eyes. I had this blurred vision with my tears just sitting at the bottom of my eyes waiting to pour out.
"Please take you seat, this flight will take two and a half hours. I hope you get comfortable."
But how could you be comfortable when you feel like your world I tearing you apart on the inside.
"Chloe, you have school tomorrow, I'll unpack your stuff."
"Mom, I can get my stuff and move everything in my room tonight."
"Chloe, I'm so sorry."
"Mom, it's fine."
"It's been really hard on you with the video and the move and your new school and everything."
"Please, don't remind me about my past. This gives me a fresh start."
We arrived at my new house, well more like mansion. It was huge and beautiful. I was starting to like my new home.
"Mom, I'm going to unpack my stuff and everything, can you please just not bother me for the rest of the day?"
"Sure, but what about dinner."
"I'm not hungry."
"You need to eat."
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