07 || Faith Trust and Pixie Dust

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"You shoot me down,

but I won't fall

I am Titanium!" -Sia


I WOULD BE lying if I said going to Epcot Center with Aaron wasn't fun.

I have seen every Disney animated movie ever, so I annoyed Aaron on and on about how a small thing around us reminded me of this Disney movie or that Disney character (it was great because he actually listened instead of tell me to piss off), but the highlight of my day was going to the Soarin' ride.

Aaron: the expressionless, careless, and rude person, was afraid. And I, somehow, vanished his fear away for a little while.

Don't get me wrong, he's still a jerk and an idiot for stealing my first kiss and running over me with his skateboard.

Here I am, awake, on my bed where I can see everyone else is apparently asleep. It must be pretty early, and I'm assuming no one would still be asleep if we planned to go some-

"Wake up, we're late! We're late!" I heard the sound of the front door opening and a deep voice yelling startling me and waking everyone up. Man, it's like someone died.

"What, what is it?" asked Elliot, alarmed.

Dad sighed, "We were supposed to go to Magic Kingdom today, but the useless alarms never went off! It's two P.M., which means we won't have enough time to explore Magic Kingdom entirely. and your mother has a back-up plan. It's... do you want to hear it?"

"Yes, we do," said Alissa.

"I don't think you do."

"Mr. Hunter, what's the plan?" said Aaron.

"The beach, the beach is where she wants to go to."

Both Elliot and Alissa groaned. A day at the beach? That's what you're getting so worked up about? The Wilsons are the total opposite of 'outdoor people.' When normal people picture the beach, they think of the refreshing water, the fresh breeze, the sandcastles we can build (sorry, Anna. Not snowmen), and fun. When the Wilsons and my father picture the beach, they think of the sand getting everywhere, the loud children and people, the scorching heat, and misery.

"Dad, if you give the beach a go, it won't be so bad," I told him.

"But it will be!" said Elliot and Alissa in unison.

"Yes, it will be in my opinion, but your mother thinks it'll be a good way to spend time outside and 'get to know each other'. During this vacation, we'll be spending time outside everyday! Why couldn't we just stay at the hotel and swim in the pool instead of the water?"

"I doubt that-"

He cut Terrence off, saying, "Never mind, just get ready by thirty minutes," and with that, he left the room.

Looks like someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed.


Mom told me I would regret forgetting to pack a swimsuit, but I didn't think I really would.

For once, I wish I had listened to my conscience and her.

"Alissa, your swimsuit makes me look like-and I quote Janis's statement-'a baby prostitute.'"

She looked at me with a confused expression on her face. "Did you just quote Mean Girls?"

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