Okay, so i sit on the bleachers, fidgetting with everything in sight, anxiously awaiting my first driver's ed test score... they finnaly call my name. 50, i got a 50. haha. i will never ever see my boyfriend.as i walk back to my seat, anxious faces greets me. I tell them my score. . . the first words out of their mouth were endless questions about my boyfriend. I should have known they were not interested in the score, but my pathetic love life. i'm not complaining, *ok i am* i love my boyfriend. . . *let's call him Josh* actually, now that i think of it, they weren't asking me questions...they were almost telling me what to do.
Cheat on your boyfriend, cheat on your boyfriend. their reason: different area codes. what is that? okay, so Josh moved away. . . 2512 miles away from me. but does that justify anything i do? it's hard for me to accept that he's gone.. . but we don't want to end what we have because of the distance. i probably might not hug him or just plain have him around anytime my heart desires, but still. it does not give me the right to cheat on him. right? he's comming back to me. this is pathetic. i don't know my point.
. . . so after a few minutes of teasing me and defending myself. . . i make my way to an old friend. I figure, he loves his girlfriend and she lives far away from him. HE MUST UNDERSTAND ME! i take a seat and i pour my heart out to him, my eyes gettin glassy with each word. at first, he had an uneasy smile. . . or maybe surprised. then he took a look at me and in a comforting voice he said:"dun worry about it, they just don't know what it's like. if they were in our shoes, they would do the same thing we are doing. not cheating. and if they knew what we feel, . . they wouldn't say those things."