When I was 13, the only guy I had ever liked,
asked me out.
I was thrilled, in fact, I remember not being
able to stop smiling.
He told me everything I wanted to hear, did
everything I wanted to see.
In my eyes, he was perfect.
But 5 months later, he broke it off, like
nothing was wrong.
His friends laughed and joked about how
foolish I was to believe that someone like him would
actually fall for a girl like me.
I was devistated, to the point where I would
miss days of school to avoid the torture.
After all the nights of crying, my mom
finally agreed to send me to my dad's house in
"2 years Bree, then you're coming
home." I remember her telling me as I boarded my
The day I left for my dad's house, I
promised myself I would be a stronger person when I came
Not only that, but I promised myself that I
would get revenge on the boy that broke my heart.
During those two years, I grew out my blonde
hair, that now reached over half way down my back.
I ran two miles everyday, giving me the legs
and body of a super model.
I turned myself into my ex boyfriend's
deffinition of perfect, in hopes that maybe he would fall
for me again.
This time though, he would be the one to end
up feeling broken.
And now, here I stand, two years later, as a
15 year old.
In just 5 minutes, my flight would be landing
back in California, back in the hell hole that I left 2
years ago today.
As we neared closer to the ground, I pictured
all of my friends waiting for me at the airport.
Then, I pictured the look on Jake's face
when he saw the girl that i've become.
When the flight came to a complete stop, I
grabbed my bags and began making my way off of the
"Bree!" Jaycie and Zoe shrieked,
greeting me with a huge hug.
"I missed you guys so much!" I
They helped my bring all of my bags out to
the car, and then, we began our journey back to my
"So," Zoe began. "Are you here
to fall in love with Jake again?" She raised her eye
"Hah." I let out a sarcastic laugh.
"In his dreams."
I wasn't being cocky, just
"Well from what I hear, he's excited
to see you again." Jaycie sighed.
"Well, I guess we'll see." I
muttered, noticing we were almost home.
As we entered my driveway, my mom anxiously
pulled open the car door.
"It's so good to see you again
honey!" my mom squeezed me.
"It's good to see you again too
mom." I replied, a little embarrassed.
Then suddenly, another car pulled into the
"What's up short stuff?" Ryan
laughed, hopping out of his car, along with Noah and
I laughed, greeting him with a hug.
Then Noah, and then Jake.
"It's good to see you again."
Jake smiled slightly.
"It's good to see you, too." I
lied right through my teeth.
I stared at him, taking in that familiar
smile, and the mouth that lied to me so many times.
This Summer, I was going to show Jake how
much stronger I have become.
I was going to show him what he gave up 2
And most of all, I was going to show him why
you don't mess with
girls like me.
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