My definition Of Perfect Chapter 25: "I'm so ready
My definition Of Perfect
"I'm so ready to shop until I can't shop no
more!" I yelled in the car to my mom, Austin's mom, and
Austin. Everyone else stayed at the cabin, because they
weren't up to a shopping trip with us girls. I'm pretty
sure Austin wouldn't have gone if I didn't.
"Austin, I'm suprised that you came with us, shopping
isn't usually your thing, especially with us girls."
Austin's mom said curiously.
"Well it's better than just sitting back at the cabin,
and probably getting bored." He replied quickly in hopes
that his mom would buy it, even though she could tell plain as
day that he came to be with me.
"Oh, well that's true. Just hope your ready for some
hardcore shopping." She giggled.
"Yeah... ready." He said unsure. I looked over at him
and shot him a smile letting him know we would have a good time.
Once we got out of the car, and finally started walking around I
could see him having a good time.
"Tired yet?" I asked him laughing.
"Actually, no, I'm having a lot of fun so far." He
warmed up to the feeling. We walked into this store, and saw nerd
looking sunglasses in red and turquoise. He picked up the red
pair, and I grabbed the other. We looked at eachother and laughed
so hard that our mom's came over to us and began laughing
along with us. Austin's mom pulled out her phone, we flashed
a funny face, and she took a picture of us.
We both got the matching glasses, and wore them around shopping.
It was so cute. As we were walking around, I heard my mom's
"Oh no... is he okay?" She asked whoever she was
talking to. I began to wonder, and Austin could see the
curiousity in my eyes.
"Do you think it's that bad? My mom questioned.
"Alright, then I guess we'll come back now, be there in
a little." She hung up the phone.
"Is everything okay?" I asked concerned.
"Your brother hurt his leg." She said.
"Is he okay? Let's head back." Austin's mom
"I don't think it's anything too major, but he's
probably gonna to have to go get x-rays." My mom responded,
a bit nervously.
"Well since I know you guys were really looking forward to
shopping, why don't we just go bring him to the hospital, and
we can pick you guys up later? You guys will end up staying bored
at the cabin anyway." Austin's mom asked us both.
"Well.. you guys will call me as soon as you figure out
anything, right?" I asked.
"Of course honey, I'll call or text you." She said
"Okay." I said feeling better. My mom and Austin's
mom walked back to the car and left as soon as they
"So.. what now?" Austin asked me.
"Let's go to that t-shirt store." I pointed to a
little corner store plastered with t-shirts.
"Alright." He smiled and intertwined his fingers with
me, as we walked the streets of a beautiful town surrounded by