The Real Thing.
^^^Made by Oh_Mike How Will I Go On Bri Miller is a typical crazed twilight fan. However, what happens when she moves into a rainy city, and begins to look for signs of vampires? Well, she may not find the Cullens, but she finds someone else... CHAPTER THREE IS FINALLY HERE!
2. Then things started to get a little weird.
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I woke up curled in the fetal position. Besides dreading school, I felt very pathetic lying here on my bed all curled up and miserable due to the fact of starting school so soon.
Today was bound to be terrible.
I threw on a pair of jeans and plain white tee as I walked to the kitchen. My dad had already left. I suppose he thought leaving me a note would cheer me up though.
Bri, I had to leave early for work, sorry.
However, I did leave you the last pop tart.
Have a good day at school dear.
See you tonight.
Guess what, Dad? Not only did that note not cheer me up, it only made things worse. Last time I checked, I hated blueberry pop tarts. Thanks for the gesture though.
I felt bad for mentally dissing my dad, but oh well. I was already quite melancholy.
I paced around the house awaiting the clock to read eight in the morning.
Tick-Tock Tick-Tock Tick-Tock Tick-Tock Tick-Tock Tick-Tock
Finally, I just gave up on waiting and walked out the door ten minutes early. My car was very annoying. I had a hard time getting the gearshift out of park, but finally succeeded. As I pulled out of the driveway, I felt my neck starting to burn. It was almost as if the blood in my body was all pooling in my neck.
As I continued to drive, I attempted to ignore the pain below my head. My mind swirled with thoughts of how my day may go. Would I be disliked, would I be the exciting new girl, or would I just be shied away from?
Pulling into the school parking lot, I let out a sigh.
I strapped on my backpack and contemplated how I would introduce myself to the other students. Before I got a chance to prepare what I would say, a girl with long straight blond hair knocked on my car window. I rolled it down suspiciously.
"Hi?" I probably sounded like an idiot.
"Hey, I'm Charlotte. The office sent me out to your parking space to introduce myself. I'll be showing you around campus today," Her greeting came across almost rude. On top of that she gave me a fake smile. Great way to start off the day.
"Cool," I said as I rolled up the window and opened my car door.
"Okay, I have your schedule in my hand. So since you have Algebra II first period, we'll go this way..."
Charlotte led the way to first period, all the way droning on and on about the school's clubs and other school related things. Honestly I didn't really care. I just wanted to get this day over as soon as possible.
"And here we are! I'll be back at the end of the class to walk you to second period as well. I'll pretty much be your guide all day, plus you get to sit with me at lunch. Bye."
Get to sit with her at lunch? I felt my self esteem go way down. I didn't know it was considered a privilege to sit with this girl at lunch. Maybe I am just overreacting, though I'm sure she just is being friendly and doing her duties.
The rest of the day progressed rather slowly. Like she said, Charlotte came to meet with me and walk with me to every class. We sat together at lunch as well. It was clear she was quite popular and well known at school. She knew everyone by name and waved at whoever passed by. Hmm, I thought, I bet she would be a Rosalie.
"What was that, Bri?"
Whoops. Charlotte heard me call her a Rosalie. Maybe she would take it as a compliment.
"Oh, I was just thinking that you reminded me of Rosalie. You know, from the Twilight saga?" I gave her my best smile.
"Really, Twilight? Come on, it's some stupid book about vampires, don't talk about it, people might think you are weird."
"Sure,sure" I replied as casually as I could.
My day become very odd, after sixth period. I was gathering my books and realized Charlotte wasn't outside waiting for me. Oh, well. I wasn't very fond of following her around anyways. I just wondered where she went...
As I searched for my last class of the day, anatomy, I lost track of time. I finally stumbled into the classroom ten minutes late. The lights were turned off completely and the rain would have made the room seem as though it were pitch black, if it hadn't been for the movie playing on the small television.
The teacher, Mr.Cole, pointed me to the empty seat farthest from the front of the class. Relieved at not making some dramatic entrance, I made my way to the back.
Once the anatomy movie ended,Mr. Cole directed a student, Brian Pierce, to shut off the television. Suddenly the classroom was pitch black, but Mr.Cole clicked on the lights.
Out of a reaction to the light, I rubbed my eyes with my hands. When I pulled my hands away from my eyes, I gasped.
Mr. Cole was young, very white, and extremely good looking.
Before I could think, his onyx eyes pierced into mine. And then I slumped down in my chair, my heart pounding, and my mind racing.