Guess who's bizaccccck?! Crylan! I'm so excited and happy I'm starting this again, I missed all the feedback, comments, and love I used to get from you guys. The Unexpected isn't about college, it's after, when everyone is an adult and living their lives. I hope you guys enjoy the first chapter, tell me what you guys think please, I honestly feel like my writing style has changed since I stopped writing The Unknown, I feel like I'm too descriptive now, and I don't let things flow like I used to. Do you guys feel the same? Also, for those of you who were always asking for Honey to be included more, now she's a main part of the story! Yeah!
Well, comment, vote, and add this to y'alls libraries. I love you guys, and I hope you enjoy! Dylan in the multimediaaaa.
We're back baby!
IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THE UNKNOWN, PLEASE GO READ THAT FIRST, YOU WILL BE CONFUSED WITHOUT IT, I WILL REFER BACK TO SOME CHAPTERS FROM THE UNKNOWN AT TIMES, SO PLEASE READ THE UNKNOWN FIRST, YOU WILL BE CONFUSED!
Dylan Bernice Anthony
"Walk Soleil, walk to Dylan." I chanted as I sat on the wooden panels on the ground and waited for the giggling little girl to walk to me.
Soleil was two years old, and the funniest little girl I'd ever met. Whenever Jenine and Robert didn't give her what she wanted, she cussed them out in her baby talk with no hesitation. I think she got that quality from me.
Soleil walked two steps before landing flat on her diaper covered butt.
"Oh!" She laughed and threw her head back, her curly tangles flying everywhere.
"Come on silly girl, time to find mommy." I laughed and picked Soleil off of the floor and carried her to the backyard. Jenine was in the backyard doing pushups when we found her.
She was always saying, 'I want to get back to the banging body I had before Soleil.', but she had already reached her goal, and she was on her way to looking like an ugly ass body builder.
"Mom chill out, your body is perfect." I sighed when we reached her.
"No it's not Dylan, look at this roll. Hi my baby." Jenine cooed when she saw Soleil giggling and reaching out for her. I passed Soleil to Jenine and pulled out my white and gold iPhone 5S to look at my calendar.
I had to be at The Spot in twenty minutes.
"Alright mom, Soleil, I love you guys and I'll see you soon." I kissed both of their cheeks before heading back inside the house, grabbing my backpack and keys and heading out.
I jumped into my matte black Jeep Cherokee that I had traded in the BMW for, and pulled out of the driveway. I called Honey on the way to my destination.
"Are we still on for dinner?" I questioned when she answered the phone.
"Yes, are you running late again Dylan? This is like the third time this week." She groaned into the phone and I rolled my eyes as if she could see me. She was such a nag.
"I'm sorry mom, I've been trying to teach Soleil to walk, and I lost track of time. Just give me an hour."
"Alright Dylan, see you." Honey hung up the phone and I tossed my phone onto the passenger seat. Hopefully I wouldn't stay at The Spot for too long.
The Spot was the small gallery in Downtown Los Angeles I owned, which included my own, and other upcoming artists' work. It was my pride and joy, and I had spent a pretty penny on it, but it was so worth it.