So, I sent in my confirmatory letter yesterday and got an acknowledgement earlier this morning.
I have exactly 34 days before I go to Fly High. Which reminds me, do I like, need to ride my crappy bike to school?
I actually have a chance of not being a social outcast, unless of course, mum makes me ride that lame bike... UGH!
I'm just so excited about this! A new school, I can make new friends. And, you know what, I think that I won't be so different after all.
I mean, come on, everyone there has powers, so it's not like I'll be weird, I hope.
Speaking of powers, I just realized, I barely know how to use mine. It's weird that I barely know anything about powers.
It's not like it's a new thing to me, I mean I was born with powers.
I've had powers for 17 years.
"Mum, did you call my school and tell them that I'm moving out?"
"Yes, darling. Don't worry!"
"Erm... Mum, can I ask you something?" I asked a little bit nervously
"Of course, dear"
"well, ermm... have you been to Fly High?"
"Well, yes, that's where I met your father."
"Ohh... okay. I never knew that." I reply, feeling a little bit foolish. How could I not know this?! How could I not know where and how my parents met each other?
Anyway, When my dad got back yesterday, I asked him if I could enroll in Fly High, as I expected him to, he said "YES!".
He didn't even hide his excitement. I mean, why should he?
His daughter is following in his footsteps.
He even let out a big whoop when I told him about the letter.
So at least my parents are supportive right?
To be honest with you, I'm nervous. Like so unbelievably nervous.
I've got a whole new life ahead of me!
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Fly HighTeen Fiction
Have you ever heard of a school for people with magical powers? I thought not. Most people don't even believe in magic. Natalie soon enrolls in Fly High and realizes that she isn't so different after all!