for the rest of the day.
“I'm sorry,” Seth said when I whispered the words and slipped through the crack that night. “I shouldn't have done that.”
“Done what? Kissed me or given me a migraine?” I said and tried to laugh even though the words didn't feel like a joke inside my head. I was still awkward and unsure about where this new turn in our relationship would lead. I looked around the room and noticed that the pony was gone. In its place was a powder blue scooter just like the one I had seen on the way home. I was glad for the change.
“Both,” Seth shrugged. “Want to watch a movie?”
I nodded. Just like that, we were settled again. We w...
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