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"Spencer… Time for school!"
Spencer turned to look at herself in her mirror. Only two days left until graduation and her world fell apart. Countdown to insanity. Ooh, that sounded good. Maybe she would write it down.
She grabbed her bag and consulted the mirror once more. Brown, mousy hair. Thick, wire framed glasses. The obligatory braces that always followed in a geek’s repertoire were there and accounted for, happily shining away on her otherwise pearly-whites. Spencer tilted her head. Maybe she should actually try dressing… sexy? Sexily? Provocatively. That sounded good. Overalls just weren’t very flattering.
"Spence… we’re leaving without you. Get your butt down here NOW if you want a ride." Kyla bellowed up the stairs.
Spencer mentally prepared herself.
"OK, be cool. No, not cool… be together. Don’t act like a complete retard today." She took a deep breath and opened her door. She walked to the stairwell and stood looking confident and prepared, and started down. Then she saw HER waiting… and promptly fell down the stairs.
Her glasses were askew. Righting them, she looked up into the eyes of her salvation. Oh, that sounded good, too. She should have brought her journal with her today.
"Are you alright?" Asked that mildly sardonic, beautiful voice.
"Gah…" Why couldn’t she ever speak properly when she was near? It was like she sucked all the air right out of the room.
"Fine, fine.. Sorry. Fine!" She disentangled herself out of her arms and blushed.
"Good. You ready to head out? I think Kyla’s going to have an aneurism if we don’t leave soon."
She brushed the blondes hair behind her ear and she melted. If only she weren’t so unattainable. She opened the door for her and led her to the car. Ashley Davies was a Goddess.
"Ashley Davies, you’re an ASSHOLE!" Madison shouted at the top of her lungs.
Anyone who was near during her outburst immediately found themselves a seat and stared. Madison was always good for a great scene. Jesus, why had she decided it would be a good idea to date this nutcase in the first place?
"Madison, I just don’t feel like it’s working out. You know I have to leave for New York after graduation. I just don’t think a long-distance relationship is what I want right now. Sorry." Ashley winced and prepared herself. Good God, this girl was shrill.