Read Story: SEASON 1 EPISODE 146
I glared at her. “I hate you.”
She let out a loud laugh. “We both know that isn’t
true.” Yeah, I know.
“Yeah, yeah, yeah; what do you want to do? We
have thirty minutes to kill,” I questioned her.
She shrugged, turning to look at me. “Do we have a
song?” she asked.
I grinned and nodded. I looked at her with a serious
face. “Our song is a slamming screen door, sneaking
out late, tapping on your window, when we’re on
the phone and you talk real slow cause it’s late and
your momma don’t know.”
She let out a howling laugh, holding her stomach as
tears streamed down her face. I laughed lightly but
kept my eyes on the road, or else I’d swerve off of it.
She opened her mouth to say something but was
consumed by laughter. She covered her face with
her hands and shook with laughter. I couldn’t fight
the smile that was pasted onto my face.
Eventually she stopped laughing but when she
looked at me, she started again, and I couldn’t fill my
car with a better sound.
We got to the football field early. We managed to get
seats near Georgia and the twins, who were directly
above us, in the second and third row. We were on
the first row.
“I’ll be right back,” Savannah stated as she smiled at
me. I nodded as she walked by me and out of the
bleachers, towards the bathrooms.
I looked at the scrumptious chocolate bar resting on
her seat and I looked at the delicious soda bottle in
the cup holder; so tempting. No, Jonah, don’t. I
looked at my candy bar wrapper and empty soda
bottle. I quickly unwrapped her chocolate bar and
sighed in content once I bit into it. I gulped down her
soda, too. I felt a sense of guilt wash over me and I
sat back in my seat after wiping my face.
I’m going to tell her it was Sierra. I watched as she
made her way back to the seat. I frowned, giving her
an innocent look. “I’m really sorry to tell you this.”
She frowned. “What?”
I sighed, glancing down at my hands to make sure
they weren’t covered in chocolate. That would ruin
my lie. “Savannah, Sierra drank all of your soda and
ate your chocolate bar!”
Sierra gasped and glared at me. “I didn’t, he did!”
She laughed but rolled her eyes, turning to look at
me. She enunciated my name slowly. “Jonah.”
I looked at her with a guilty look on my face. “Yes?”
“Can you please go get me a soda and another
chocolate bar? And this time, some Skittles?” I stared
at her for a moment before I nodded. I got up and
reached down to make sure my wallet was in my
pocket. I walked a few feet before I turned around to
see her motioning that I was wrapped around her
finger. You got that right.
“I saw that,” I shouted and earned an innocent grin in
I walked over to the vendor’s stand and saw Francis
chugging a bottle of water, some of it dripping out of
his mouth. He breathed heavily once he retracted the
bottle. I ignored the taunting look he was giving me
and began ordering from the vendor.
“I’d like two bottles of Sprite, six Hershey bars, four
Kit Kats, three Twix bars, three Reeses, two packs of
Skittles, and two Starbursts,” I pointed to the candy
bars as I announced what I wanted.
After paying for it, I grabbed it all and returned to my
seat just in time to talk to Weston.