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School started as normally as it would be. Everything seemed normal. People gave no hint, people didn’t gossip anymore about what happened to me. Thank God…but I had to admit it Dale was acting...
“Hey, you OK? We notice weird thing to you know.” I told him.
“What? Ha-ha. You enjoyed your stroganoff dinner on your fifth day in the hospital?” He said, smirking.
“How’d you know that?”
He laughed “Well, let’s just say that the boy in the suit is a close friend of mine. A few of the nurses and doctors in the hospital to are a few of my closest acquaintances.”
The first three subjects passed in a flash then…RECESS!
As I went out of the room...Dale nudged me and nodded his head towards something… and then He passed by…but…as he passed by his eyes went to me and I saw a flicker of guilt in his eyes. Ron stopped right in his tracks and stared at me. The Fuck? Guilt, Fear, Anger, and Sorrow was what was in his eyes. “Hey Ron! Come on.” His friend Jessica started pulling her. He must haven’t realized he stopped. Stupid thing of him to do. “Hey Kim, hey!” Dale was calling me; Janica was already waiting for us. I hadn’t realized I was absorbed in my thoughts that deep.
The three of us made our way down to the School Cafeteria and I sat down in a daze.
Damn. Why’d he look at me like that? It’s probably nothing of course I’m just being a bit paranoid…but after what happened I couldn’t just put that off as nothing. It was weird.
Janica and Dale sat down with me at the table and like the best of friends we were Janica couldn’t help but notice something was wrong.
“Hey, you OK?” She asked, worried.
“Yeah, yeah, I’m Fine.” I answered.
“If you insist…” skeptics look still in her face.
The whole of break I couldn’t help but keep looking for…him. “Hey, looking for someone?” Dale asked. “Oh. Uhm…” I hadn’t realized that my search was getting a little bit too obvious. “Well, if you’re looking for Ron, He’s over there. By the water fountain….Why is he staring at you?” I turned, and as Dale said, He was staring at me with that weird brooding, guilty look in his eyes. And then, he stopped. He stood up and cleared out of the cafeteria. “What was that about?” Dale asked. “I don’t know” I answered flatly.
Then the shrill nasal voice of the bell rang, finally. I made my way down to the gate.
The rest of the week passed by normally…well, at least almost normally, every time I and Ron would cross paths Ron would look at me with the same brooding guilty look.