First Kisses come in Seventh Grade 53

don't read this! Chris asked you out. Literally. You were running in the hall again. Running to your locker as usual, except you were gonna be late today because you were held back in class for a talk. When your name was finally cleared, you marked it again by taking a full gallop down the stairs. You had learned how to stop crashing into people. You just completely pull on your brakes and you don't crash into anyone. Another option was steering your feet anywhere but into people. So often times you'd end up on a water fountain, in the wall and into doors or lockers. It hurt but at least it was just you and not you AND the innocent walker. Once you crashed into a wall instead of the eighth grade kids upstairs and one guy shouted after you, "Hey, don't rape the wall!"

Chris asked you out. Literally. You were running in the hall again. Running to your locker as usual, except you were gonna be late today because you were held back in class for a talk. When your name was finally cleared, you marked it again by taking a full gallop down the stairs. You had learned how to stop crashing into people. You just completely pull on your brakes and you don't crash into anyone. Another option was steering your feet anywhere but into people. So often times you'd end up on a water fountain, in the wall and into doors or lockers. It hurt but at least it was just you and not you AND the innocent walker. Once you crashed into a wall instead of the eighth grade kids upstairs and one guy shouted after you, "Hey, don't rape the wall!"

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  1. Sometimes you would stop your bike and stare at all the Christmas lights in the display windows. You wanted your window to look just like that. The big window in your living room to have a huge pine tree, complete with ornaments the size of oranges, string, candy canes, lights as bright as mini suns and topped with a shimmering star. Of course, you'd never get something that good but at least some lights on a tree would be nice. Lots of snow outside with you and your family in a warm home. You liked the feeling and stopped everyday at the corner grocery store to admire the lights. Not much, but it'd still be nice.
  2. Chris asked you out. Literally. You were running in the hall again. Running to your locker as usual, except you were gonna be late today because you were held back in class for a talk. When your name was finally cleared, you marked it again by taking a full gallop down the stairs. You had learned how to stop crashing into people. You just completely pull on your brakes and you don't crash into anyone. Another option was steering your feet anywhere but into people. So often times you'd end up on a water fountain, in the wall and into doors or lockers. It hurt but at least it was just you and not you AND the innocent walker. Once you crashed into a wall instead of the eighth grade kids upstairs and one guy shouted after you, "Hey, don't rape the wall!"
  3. You skipped the last five steps and landed on the floor. Your pencil magically does not roll onto the floor. Good. It'd be lost in the sea of moving feet. You descend down the second flight of stairs. Your pencil rolled halfway. It fell onto the steps. It doesn't stop there, it keeps rolling and rolling and rolls on down at the bottom of the stairs. You ran down the stairs, nearly pushing over a terrified sixth grader and followed the pencil up to a pair of shoes. The pencil stopped right beside the shoes. You stooped down and grabbed at it. You stood up abruptly again. The owner of the shoes turns his head to you. "Oh hey Erin," said Chris. You flash him a smile and go on your way again. His arm comes in front of you. You turn at him. He's looking at you, but not your eyes really. Like he was looking at your shirt or neck. "Will you go out with me?"
  4. Before you could say, "What?" a few eighth grade guys yanked Chris by the arm and started talking about stuff. "Uh, see ya," you say as you continue on your way without looking back. It was like you hadn't heard him. Which you weren't sure of. "Will you go out with me." Those were the exact words he said, right? You were scared to be right. Scared to be wrong. You do kind of like him don't you? If you didn't, it wouldn't be hard to like him again. Now that he asked you out, your heart was confirmed. Sort of. What was holding you back? Maybe you weren't just ready. You always thought of liking Chris but never really wanted to go out. It was okay, just the way it was. So maybe he was only a friend. Maybe he could repeat it again the next time he sees you. And maybe you'd be ready.
  5. The next class period, you walked to your locker again. You had plenty of time this time. Chris didn't come looking for you. But someone else did. "What up," you said to Ryan when he came up to you. "Hey," he says like he was going to say something else. He wasn't looking at you. But his eyes were panicky. But he doesn't say anything. "Hey what?" you asked him. He glances up at you and then elsewhere. "What did you say?" said Ryan. "What?" you asked. He looks at you. You could tell he was trying not to look away. "Don't.... Don't go out with..." he trailed off. "Louder Ryan!" you yodeled grinning at him. He doesn't grin. "Don't go out with Chris," he says it real fast, real soft, and then he's gone.
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