FOOTBALL GAME HAPPENED.
I just... I can't even describe...
MUCH RAMBLING AND <3 LIES AHEAD.
I got there a little early and didn't see anyone I really know. Then, one of the girls who was having that conversation in geography appeared and walked over to me. I was slightly confused. She specifically came over to tell me that my friend "will be here shortly."
I bought a root beer in an attempt to look busy, and I waited. Finally, people I knew started coming. Some of my guy friends were there, and they told me to come sit, but I said I was waiting for somebody. They didn't press the issue, and finally, the girl from earlier gets up and starts to walk quickly towards the gate. When she passes me, she waves politely, kind of like she knows what I'm waiting for. Confusing... do you think she knows? I've never told her. She's not really a friend of mine, but we get along pretty well, and she's never let me down or anything. We used to be really good friends when we were like, five. Anyway, this part is boring, so moving swiftly forward~
I stood there waiting for what seemed like 67 years. Finally, I got frustrated and dashed off into the direction of the gate. I saw the girl and was disgusted with her because all she had with her was a freaking snowcone, but then some guy stepped out of the way, and OH MY GODDDDD. I was standing there staring stupidly ahead, as my brain had completely and totally shat itself.
There, standing next to the geography class girl, was my beautiful friend. <3333 The entire universe just kind of disappeared then, and all I could do was run to her. (I have no idea where my root beer went then, but I somehow still had it ten minutes later.) She hugged me, and I wanted so badly to speak, but I just couldn't make words come out of my mouth. (Never washing this shirt again, btw, which kind of sucks because it's my favorite...) I was just so in awe of... well, her. I hadn't seen her in three months, and she is just so much lovelier than I remember, which is saying a lot, and dammit, I'm rambling now. I'm never going three months without seeing her again.
I rushed back to the seats and plopped down next to one of my guy friends. I told him who's there. He got this wide-eyed look on his face, probably much like the one on mine, and DEMANDED to know where she was. (Sometimes, I think he likes her too.) I told him that she and the geography class girl were walking that way. My brain had detached itself from my body, so for the next twenty minutes or so, I just sat there, grinning like a dumbass and drooling over her. I didn't really get to talk to her much because there were legions and legions of people running to hug her and talk to her, and I'm pretty shy about crowds. Plus, I couldn't really form a coherent thought. I could not move from my spot even to throw away my root beer. I just sat there on the verge of happy tears and exploding.
Finally, my brain began to clear up a little, so I ran off to find her, as she had disappeared somewhere with geography class girl. I spent a good fifteen minutes looking, and I was finally able to catch her ALMOST alone. The keyword here is "almost," and unfortunately, the other party involved was HER DAD. He makes me super nervous. I don't even know why, but he just does. I've only ever seen him twice, and each time he just looks like he can see through my awkward, jittery exterior and into all my thoughts and feelings about his lovely daughter. Haha. Oh, damn, would THAT be embarrassing...
We only got to talk for a little bit, but I told her how school is not good without her, and she told me she misses it here. I was going to try and get another hug, but her dad was watching, and like I said, he intimidates me. :(
And then I think my school lost. Haha. Like I gave a shit. 8D
I wish I could put into words how important this girl is to me. Sadly, my brain is still fried.