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What is wrong with me?
I hadn't been concentrating during training today, much to the irritation of Anton. During dinner, I had spaced out multiple times during a conversation with Fae, and she kept asking me if I was feeling alright, and I would just smile apologetically and nod. Really, my thoughts were all surrounded on one thing:
He's what I had been thinking about during training, and I kept stealing glances at him during dinner. Sometimes we would lock eyes, and I would blush severely. Whenever I would look at him, my wolf would start to bark and yip happily, and I had no idea why.
Whenever I had been in Bo's company, I got this fluttery feeling in the pit of my stomach, and I felt like my place was with him. Sure, I'd had crushes, but I'd never felt this way about a guy before. Which was ridiculous, since I had only known Bo for about a week.
Again, what is wrong with me?
After dinner, when everyone had either settled in their rooms to do homework or were sitting in one of the many living rooms watching TV, I decided I really needed some air. I ran up to my room and changed into a pair of gray sweatpants and a black zip-up hoodie.
When I got downstairs, I made sure to make myself as inconspicuous as possible when I slipped through the sliding door that led to the back yard. I didn't want anyone to notice that I had left. I just needed some time to think by myself.
I tugged the hood up over my head as I walked through the woods, and it proved to be a crappy barrier against the cold wind. I shivered for the thousandth time, wishing I had a jacket, but I was at the mercy of whoever was nice enough to donate clothes. I mostly had sweatpants, sports bras, and t-shirts that looked suspiciously like Bo's.
As the wind picked up, I made the decision to change into my wolf. I stripped out of the clothes and for a moment, the winds brushed lightly against my naked torso. A split second later, I shifted, and found immediate warmth in my soft coat of sandy fur.
I grabbed my clothes with my teeth and dropped them in a pile behind a tree, where only I would know to look for them. Then, I started to run.
It felt amazing to just let my wolf take over, and I felt free. After years of not shifting, the last week had been spectacular. My wolf had gotten a lot stronger, and it had even grown a bit bigger.
After training session, save for today, Anton would always tell me that I had done well, and that I shouldn't worry about two weeks from now, when Stark would evaluate me and my worth to the pack.
Today, he was annoyed and had left without a word, not that I blame him.
I had stopped to stare the starry sky in a clearing when I felt something peculiar. It felt like someone was trying to push into my mind, like they were trying to find me or something and it really freaked me out.
My mind was private, and I tried to block whoever it was out. I felt the presence vanish, so I guessed that whatever I had done had worked. I shook my head and trotted out of the clearing.
I found myself walking deeper and deeper into the woods, and after about half an hour, I came to the realization that I had no idea where I was. I glanced up towards the sky, but the woods had become so dense that the treetops blocked most of the stars and moonlight.
Go back the way we came, suggested my wolf. I listened to her and turned around. Nothing looked familiar, and after ten minutes, I heard the sound of thunder, and a second later, the sky opened up and rain plummeted from the sky.
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