School Dance"The school dance will be holding on two days from today."
I almost fell to a deep sleep when I heard the teacher sound, talking about the dance. I glanced at Adie, the curly brown-headed girl that I liked since the first time I stepped in this high school.
She's really awesome for kind of girls, I thought. She's such a smart-ass student, but also very trendy around her bunch of friends.
The point is Adie and me are like earth and sky; have BUNCH of differences that I dunno how to make it out.
Although I really realized that, I still love her.
"Billie," Mom called me from downstairs.
"Yes, Mom. What's up?"
"Mrs. Nesser asked me delivered this to her daughter. Can you do it for me? I must go somewhere." She gave me a box.
I lifted my eyebrow in happiness. Fucking great!
"Lemme go with 'ya," Mike, my best friend, smirked at me. He helped me carrying the box that confused me to Adie's house.
"Hey Mike, do you think Adie wants to go with me to the dance?"
Mike shrugged. "I dunno, rea
Hide and Seek Cause Everything"I miss my childhood," Tre exhaled, stared at his two bestfriends.
"I'm not really missing it." Billie replied. "What's up, Tre?"
"When I was a kid I usually played hide and seek in the unused warehouse near my own house before I moved here and met you, guys. I really miss that."
"I miss my childhood too. Let's play it, then," suddenly Mike said. The youngest guy between the three smirked and pointed at dark house near the beach.
"I know where the best place to play."
"Are you sure with this?" Billie lifted his eyebrow in fear and confusion. He dislikes this dark and creepy house. Mike pulled his hand.
"Hey, don't be so coward, little boy!" Tre laughed and they arrived at such a dusty room which maybe called 'livingroom' in the 18th century.
"Mike will be here counting until two hundred and we can hide, Billie. Right, Mikeh?" Tre squeezed Mike's shoulders playfully.
"Okay. Starts now, let's hide, guys," Mike placed his back facing his two friends before started counting.