Author: wolfymel14 PM
Mac had a perfect life. Perfect boyfriend, perfect parents, and the perfect home. And she lost all of them. Sad and confused, Mac gives up on finding THE ONE. Then she finds someone at her friends cookout. But she doesn't want to get hurt again.Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 2 - Words: 698 - Reviews: 7 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 3 - Updated: 04-17-10 - Published: 04-14-10 - id: 5897490
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I know it's rough, and not that great, but I wanted to try something different. All characters belong to me~ Wolfy
Life really sucks. Really, really sucks. Especially when you feel like you're dead inside. I hate this new house. I hate everything. And my dad is trying to be my best friend. But I already have one. And she is amazing. Gwen is the friend anyone would be lucky to have.
"Calm down, Mac, it's gonna be fine." Gwen chanted into my ear, as I hugged her. She stroked my purple hair and hugged me tighter, as I sobbed into her shoulder. "Mac, don't fall apart over this guy. Come on, he's not worth this pain." I pulled away from her and went across my room. I picked up the picture of me and Matt, and looked out the window.
I can't believe he has the nerve to still be here with that….that….that slut. With her perfect blond hair, perfect face, perfect everything. And I have nothing that's perfect like she does. And they're perfect for each other. Let them be together. I'll stay here alone. It'll hurt less that way.
I know that's a lie. It'll hurt worse. Much worse.
I chunked the picture out the window, and it landed in the middle of the street and shattered. I car drove do the street and ran over the remains. I wish it had hit his car. I wish he would suffer some. Unlike me, he's not suffering at all.
He didn't even breakup with me before he got a new girl. Some people really don't care about other people. I can't believe I ever loved that ass hole. Gah, I'm so stupid.
"MacKayla," Gwen groaned. She only used my first name when I was in trouble, or she had nothing to say. "Don't through things. Did you hit his car?" I whipped my eyes, and shook my head. She got up and hugged my again. Then there was a knock on the door. "Who is it?" Gwen yelled for me. "Matt." A deep voice said. Before Gwen could stop me, I pulled the door open, and threw the necklace he gave me on our first date, at his head, then locked the door again. I heard him cuss, then his smooth footsteps go down the stairs.
"That's it, you're coming to my house tonight. My parents are having a cook-out tomorrow. You need to get your mind off that idiot."