|All Those Lines
Author: BTRlover98 PM
"The amount of lines on your hand are the amount of people in the world that love you, and I love you the most." When Katie doesn't see those lines, can Kendall help her?Rated: Fiction K - English - Hurt/Comfort/Family - Katie K. & Kendall - Chapters: 14 - Words: 21,446 - Reviews: 138 - Favs: 45 - Follows: 48 - Updated: 02-16-13 - Published: 03-22-12 - id: 7948600
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Everything I've been writing recently has been horrible, so I'm going to try to make this good. It probably won't happen, though, and I apologize.
I don't own Big Time Rush!
The lonliness she felt as she sat alone in the cafeteria full of kids was unbearable. The popular kids teasing her made her feel so weak and small. The kids laughing around her made her extremely jealous. The tears that stung her eyes helped her realize that she had no friends.
Didn't anyone notice she was all alone? Didn't they feel bad at all? Couldn't they see that she was feeling hurt and upset? Why wasn't anyone paying attention to her? She never realized how much it hurt to be ignored.
After realizing she probably looked like a loser, Katie stood up, threw her trash out, and headed to her next class. She was the first one to get there, but she was actually happy about that. The other kids would tease her, and she knew it. She just didn't understand how she was able to ignore it before, when now, it felt like she was being stabbed with each word.
Katie sat down at her desk and put her head down. Was there anyone who actually liked her? She knew Kendall and her mother really did love her, but sometimes, it felt like they didn't. And sometimes, she needed more than just family to love her. Sure, she had Logan, Carlos, and James, who technically weren't family, but she didn't think they counted.
She realized then how much she missed Minnesota and all of her old friends. But they all probably forgot about her, anyway. She was a boring, stupid loser, so why would they miss her at all?
"Hey, Katie. What are you doing?" Tyler asked as he took a seat next to her.
She had completely forgotten about Tyler, her only friend. Or was he her friend? She didn't really know for sure.
"Just thinking," she replied quietly. Tyler nodded, looking bored. "Do you wanna go to the pool after school?" Katie asked, trying to start a conversation, and maybe get an official friend.
"I don't think I can, my mom is making me go to an audition," he replied. "Sorry..."
Katie sighed, "That's okay."
So she didn't have any friends.
She sat on the couch for hours, watching pointless shows and movies as she waited for her family to come home. At 8:00, she started to wonder if anyone even cared about her, because she had been home alone, no one fed her any dinner, and no one even bothered to call. She knew Kendall, Carlos, Logan, and James were at the studio, and they probably didn't have much free time, but she had no idea where her mother was.
Suddenly, the door burst open and Mrs. Knight walked in, followed by Kendall, James, Logan, and Carlos, who had a cast on his arm. Katie gave them a confused look.
"Carlos fell on his arm while the boys were learning a new dance move," Mrs. Knight explained.
"Why didn't you call to tell me?" Katie asked, feeling more hurt than before.
"Sorry, sweetheart, I just forgot."
Katie stared at her for a moment in surprise, but Mrs. Knight didn't even seem to notice. How could she have forgotten about her own daughter? How could she leave her daughter home alone all day and not even tell her why? Katie sighed.
"I'm just gonna go to bed," she said softly as she began to walk away.
"Wait, Katie, did you eat? We can have some dinner," Mrs. Knight offered.
"I'm not hungry," she muttered, before she slammed her bedroom door shut.
Katie rolled over in bed after hearing Kendall knock on her door. She stared at the closed door for a minute, tears pooling up in her eyes as yesterday's events replayed in her head.
"Katie! Wake up!"
"I'm up..." she mumbled. She climbed out of bed and quickly changed, not bothering to brush her hair or make herself look nice. She walked out of her room, and when she saw her schoolbag sitting against the wall, she suddenly remembered that she didn't do any of her homework. She couldn't tell her mother, however, because she was supposed to do it as soon as she got home from school.
"Good morning, Katie," Mrs. Knight said, smiling at her. Kendall, Carlos, Logan, and James, who were all sitting at the table eating breakfast already, turned to look at her.
"Good morning," she said as she sat down in her seat. Her mother put a plate of food in front of her, but she only stared at it. She realized she wasn't hungry at all, despite the fact that she hadn't eaten anything since lunch the day before.
"You okay?" Kendall asked her, noticing that she didn't touch any of her food.
"I'm fine," she muttered, but Kendall gave her a weird look when she miserably put her head down on the table.
"I'm fine," she repeated.
But somehow, Kendall could tell she wasn't.
Okay, was this long enough? And good enough? Let me know, because I feel bad about writing so many short chapters recently.
Welp, I gotta go study.. I hope you liked this! Review?