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Tea For Two

Tea For Two

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"Just wondering, Shoemaker. Are you going to tell your parents? Or should I?"
                                                                                                                                                                 
When I was little, I was terribly afraid of heights. One day, in a bleak attempt to rid me of this, my father climbed onto the roof of our one story house with me on his back. I may have been hyperventilating, but otherwise I was doing well- until my foot slid across the shingles. It was only a foot or two that I moved, but my heart stopped.
                                                                                                                           
Right now, I feel like I've slid ten feet down the roof of my house on a bitterly cold day.
                                                                                             
"Because, last I remember, aren't they kind of conservative?" he continues.
                                                                                                 
August is a 16-year-old closeted bisexual girl. When a girl moves in next door, her calm life is slightly shaken, and then turned upside down. Because she isn't just any girl next door: Emily is a gorgeous, red-haired, baseball-playing, fully out-and-proud lesbian.  When the two girls grow close, things begin to change in their small town. 
                    
***Cover made by Emmy07*** 

(FICTION) (ROMANCE) (HUMOR) (GIRLxGIRL)

(C) 2012 S.W. Stromberg. All Rights Reserved.

jazz626 jazz626 Feb 16
When u automatically think of SpongeBob saying "Imagination" with the rainbow behind him.
Bruh to many times when my mom said "Stop that it not lady like" and then I just give her this look and the best part is when I'm drinking something I raise my pinky
InnerKitten InnerKitten Dec 30, 2016
*looks at Approval Scoreboard* *knocks away 50 points for August House*
For who don't know, it's a stereotype that lesbians play softball
zeeadaj zeeadaj Jan 06
how is it pronounced? like literally shoe-maker or shoe-mah-ker
Literally described a close friend of mine who also plays softball.. coincidence? I think NOT