my heart could be yours

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It already started / I tried to stop it but I already know / you are something I should do without, but I won't / I'm under the table / just keep wishing I'll come out but I don't / you are something I should do without, but I won't
-under the table, banks


Arizona Robbins was pretty confident that junior year was going to be awesome for her. This was her third high school after all, she had to have it figured out by now. Her dad also promised her that they wouldn't move again until after she finished high school so she made herself a promise to start out on the right note.

Callie Torres was so sick and tired of that hell hole. A school with only 350 kids was bound to get boring pretty quickly and she was so tired of being ashamed of who she was. It's not like you can be openly bisexual without any backlash at a Catholic school. There was only one other lesbian at the school who unfortunately was her ex girlfriend and all the closeted ones were exactly that: closeted. What she wanted to do was leave and get herself a girlfriend but she had 2 more years left in this place and all she wanted was out.


"Cal, Ms. Montgomery needs you in the student office," Callie's best friend Meredith smiled as she approached the girl's locker. Callie and Meredith had met in their AP physics class during sophomore year and had instantly become friends; they really had no other choice considering they were the only two sophomores in a class full of juniors, but they carried that friendship all the way until junior year and now they were really good friends.

"It's the first day of school, what the hell could she possibly need from me?" Callie sighed as she turned around to face the shorter girl.

"I don't know, but I have to go, I'm meeting Derek down in the cafeteria for breakfast," Meredith said, mentioning her boyfriend.

"Get me a bottle of iced coffee," Callie said, handing her friend a five dollar bill.

"Of course," Meredith laughed, putting a comforting hand on her friend's shoulder. "This year is going to go great, don't stress yourself out."

"Thanks Mer," Callie sighed. "Cristina here yet?" Cristina was Meredith's best friend since they were kids. She took a while to warm up to Callie but the three of them have been close ever since. Meredith and Cristina were obviously closest but they were both more than willing to accept Callie into their group and were supportive of her sexuality as well.

"She's on her way," Meredith replied. "Get to the office before Montgomery thinks you're a no-show," she laughed as she walked off.

Callie sighed slipped her phone into the back pocket of her black jeans and closed her locker before making her way down to the office. "Mrs. Montgomery, Meredith said you wanted to see me?" she asked, knocking on the woman's half open door.

"Yes, come in darling," the woman smiled, motioning for her to sit down.

"I like your new name plate thing," Callie said with a hesitant laugh as she felt down.

"Thanks! I feel like Ms. Addison Montgomery sounds so much better covered in glitter," she laughed.

"Did you need me for anything?" Callie asked.

"There's a new student in your class this year and I thought you'd be a good person to show her around. You have all of the same classes except she's got a study hall when you're taking PE," Addison said. "Would you be willing to? I can try to find someone else if you don't want to?"

"Sure," Callie shrugged. "What's her name?"

"Her name is Arizona Robbins and she just moved here from Tacoma. This is her 3rd high school and I'm sure she has it all figured out by now but I figured you could be her first friend," Addison shrugged.

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