Read Story: SEASON 1 EPISODE 102
“Do you like me Jonah?” I questioned him as I stared
into his coffee colored eyes. He slowly nodded. I
watched as his dark hair fell in front of his eyes. I
reached out and tried to push it away but my hand
went right through his skin. I looked at my hand in
“I do,” he replied and I let out a sigh of relief, ignoring
the previous event with his hair and my hand.
“That’s great!” I exclaimed before I heard another
“I do,” I whipped my head around to see Waverly
wearing a long white dress. She was grinning widely
at Jonah who was smiling right back. I stared at the
two, shaking my head. I turned around and saw a
crowd of people smiling. They were seated in what
looked like wedding chairs.
I saw Diane and Gregory with proud smiles on their
faces. Sierra, Valerie, and Sabrina were standing a
few feet away from Waverly with matching blue
dresses. West, Francis, and my brother were beside
Jonah. Francis turned to look at me with a loving
smile on his face.
“Sit down honey, and enjoy the ceremony,” he
instructed. I glanced down at my hands to see a
wedding ring. I wanted to hurl.
“You may now kiss the bride,” the priest announced
as the smiling couple leaned towards each other.
“No! No, you can’t! Jonah, I like you! You can’t marry
Waverly! Remember how she was in high school?
Do you remember?” I exclaimed as their lips
I immediately sat up in bed, panting heavily. What an
amazing way to wake up on a Saturday morning. I
ran my hands down my face before I glanced at my
alarm clock. 10:19 A.M. I sighed before my head
snapped up again. 10:19? I’m late for work!
I jumped out of bed and ran towards my dresser,
grabbing a random pair of jeans, a random sweater,
and undergarments. I raced over to my bathroom
and jumped into the shower, washing and rinsing. I
quickly brushed my teeth while trying to put on my
pants, which was the ultimate struggle. I finally got
my clothes on and I quickly put on my shoes,
making sure they were on the right feet. As I yanked
my hair into a bun, I grabbed my bag and keys
before racing out of my room.
“You’re late,” Jeremiah sang as he sat at the kitchen
table. He had a bagel in his hand while he looked at
his cell phone. I stared at him, shocked. How can he
be so casual? I’m late for work and he knew I had to
get up at 9 in order to make it by 10:15!
“You didn’t wake me up!” I snapped as he walked
over to the kitchen window and opened the curtains.
Snow was falling heavily to the floor.
“I didn’t wake you up because Ms. Antoinette called
and told me that you don’t have to go to work
today,” he responded as he sat back down at the
table and continued to devour his bagel. I stood there
for a minute, a frown taking over my face.
“So…I woke up for nothing?” I asked and my brother
nodded. I walked back up the stairs and started
changing back into my pajamas. Just as I got into
bed, my phone started ringing.
I stared at the ceiling, the noise slowly silencing. As I
closed my eyes, the ringing started again. I quickly
answered it with an annoyed look on my face.
“Somebody woke up on the wrong side of the bed,”
Jonah muttered as I sat up. Try not to be awkward,
be yourself. Be the person you were before you
realized your feelings for Jonah.
“I thought I had to work today but no, turns out that
my boss called and due to the snow, the store is
closed today,” I explained.
“You’re mad because you can’t work?” Jonah asked