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Fly Away - Chapter 19

"Are you sure?" Are they finally going to do it?
*7 am and my favorite song began to play on my phone*

"In the morning when I wake
And the sun is coming through,
Oh, you fill my lungs with sweetness,
And you fill my head with you."

I woke up and opened the window, the sun was shining bright. I had already chosen what I'd be wearing, a white t-shirt, my black skinny jeans and my high heel black sandals that I had bought some weeks before. I took a shower before getting dressed and shaved, and after being fully dressed, I put on my gold necklace and a simple gold ring and I put on my pink lipstick.

I looked at my phone. *7:40 am*

I opened my bag and put shorts and jeans, two more t-shirts, my pajama, underwear, bikini, flip-flops, my teeth brush, a hair brush, some tampons, my Marc Jacobs perfume, a deodorant, shampoo, etc.

I looked at my phone again; 8:30 am

I had breakfast, tea and some chocolate cookies. I grabbed my bag and my jacket, opened the front door and left a note to my mum in the hall table, it said, "Mum and Dad, I'm already gone. I'll text you or call you as soon as I get there. Love you, Liz".

I sat down on my porch and waited for David.

It was ten past nine when David arrived, he looked sleepy.
"Good morning," I kissed his cheek, "Did you sleep?"
"Maybe 2 hours."
"Why?" I asked.
"I don't know, I was feeling anxious I guess."
"Do you want me to drive?" I asked.
"Would you? I tell you where you have to go."
"Yes, that sounds perfect."
"Thanks babe," he said, kissing me softly on the lips.

We were already arriving at the house when David woke up. I glanced over at him and he looked so sexy, his little sleepy eyes and his messy hair made him look even hotter, if that was even possible.

I felt like pulling over and making out with him, but I thought that probably it wasn't a good idea.

"We're almost there," I stated.
"Perfect, I can already feel the lake's smell which is so familiar," he said kissing my neck.
"David," I moaned.
"Yeah?" He said starting to kiss my neck again.
"I'm driving, don't do that," I moaned again in his ear.

I could see the house he told me about so I parked the car when we were near it.

He stopped kissing my neck and looked at me and then looked around.

"We're here?" He asked.
"I guess."
"Good," he kissed me and told me to wait.

David got out of the car, made his way over to my side and opened the door for me.

"Oh what a gent-" He cut me off by picking me up.
He laughed at my expression of surprise.
"What are you doing?"
"I'm trying to be romantic," he told me before opening the front door. He carried me over to the sofa where he put me down.

Before he could leave me there, I grabbed his shirt and pulled his face to mine. He kissed me before I could do it. And that felt good and warm.

He lay down over my body, kissing my neck and touching my back with his hands.

"Liz," he moaned.
"Yeah?" I said.
"Are you sure?"
Do you think they should be making out?
No, they should wait.
No, never.
Yes, please!
I don't care.
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Published: 5/2/2013
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