I am anxiously waiting for this day to end so I can finally see Mason. Three days, I was three days Mason free, our school competed in an away game and Mason being in the football team and all went there. I wanted to watch the game, to support my school and my boyfriend, but sadly I wasn’t able to.
Mrs. Jennings; the devil’s spawn knew that we students would want to watch the away game and support our school. So she decided that within those three days, there would be extra homework, quizzes and seatwork’s to be done so that we, failing students, could catch up with our grades. And since I am one of those students, I had no other choice but to attend her class.
I had to have extra study sessions with Adam just to keep up with the work she’s given us.
Four of my friends; including my boyfriend, were players. They represent the school, the other three. Went to watch the away game, they could afford to go because neither of them were failing nor were in the critical level with their grades.
If there is one thing I am thankful for in those three days, it was Adam. He made Calculus bearable; not only was he a very good tutor but he’s also a good friend. Adam’s the only person that’s my friend who isn’t included in Mason circle of friends. He’s the only person that I became friends with on my own, Andy was one too but, she’s Mason’s step-sister so.
I impatiently tapped my pen on my desk as I stared at the clock in front of me. Three more minutes before school’s officially over.
Finally! The bell rang and I swiftly stood up from my seat and went out the classroom.
As I made my way to the parking lot, I smiled widely as I saw a familiar car and the person leaning against it; talking to James. He’s there, waiting for me, just like he said he would. I happily made my way to where they’re standing. I stood behind him as I waited for them to finish their conversation.
“I’ll see you tomorrow.” James playfully punched his shoulder as he looked at me; chuckling. He waved goodbye to me as he walked away.
I didn’t wait for Mason to turn around; I took this opportunity to hug him from behind; tightly. I rested my head on his back and inhaled his smell. It’s been only three days but I’ve missed him so much; even though we were talking on the phone and constantly texting each other. It’s still different if you’re together.
“Uhm… I’m sorry miss but I have a girlfriend.” He said. I know that he’s smiling as he said those words.
“I have a boyfriend. But they don’t have to know,” I tiptoed so I could reach his ear. “It’ll be our little secret.” I whispered, a smile still plastered on my face.
“Okay.” He shrugged.
I flicked his ear and removed my arms around him. “Jerk, you’d cheat on me.” I chuckled.
“I know it’s you.”
“You should’ve played along.” I retorted.
“Fine, I’m sorry, but as I’ve said, I have an incredible girlfriend whom I’d never cheat on even though you look exactly like her.” He sarcastically remarked.
I laughed and slapped his arm.
He pulled me in for another hug.
“I missed you.” He said.
“I missed you too.” I smiled, burying my face on his chest.
Our little reunion was disrupted when I heard someone clear their throat. I looked around to see, Adam, standing near us, with an awkward smile on his face.
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