|Mary Anne on World Tour
Author: Elizabeth8289 PM
Mary Anne and Cam are about to go on World Tour a few weeks after a concert at a fair! They're going to have a blast!Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Mary Anne S. - Chapters: 4 - Words: 2,146 - Reviews: 2 - Updated: 10-25-12 - Published: 09-11-12 - id: 8517075
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After three concerts ended, I was glad it was over.
At home, I said, "I'm glad I managed doing the concert at the fair."
"I bet," said Dad. "I knew you would be fine."
"What helped me that Cam mentioned he'd be with me and that made me feel a lot better," I said.
"I'm glad," said Sharon.
"Me, too," I said.
On Monday, we talked more about world tours and Jennifer gave me and Cam the schedule so we would know. It's in two weeks. I can hardly wait to start that. I wonder if I should let my teachers next week since we're leaving on next Saturday. I'll remind them next Friday. We're starting with South America- we decided North America can be last to make that easier. Good idea, huh?
We'll be in Brazil, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Venezuela, Paraguay, Guyana, Suriname, and Argentina. We'll be at those places for five days each week. We'll only be in two cities in those areas like Belo Horizonte and Sobral, etc. What I didn't know was that we're rasing money for cancer according to Jennifer. That may be a nice idea, but if Kayla was still struggling while living, we would still try to save her. That got me emotional, but it didn't happen until after the studios ended and after I got home after the club meeting. I told the girls all about it after they noticed how quiet I was.
I was in my room. I didn't hear Sharon or Dad come home from work.
"Where's Mary Anne? Didn't she know we're home from work?" asked Sharon.
"She told me the world tour she's going to do would be for raising money for cancer," said Dawn.
"That's a nice way to do so," said Dad.
"But that started to bug her," continued Dawn.
"It did?" asked Sharon.
"I can undertsand why though. She might be still struggling with Kayla's death and they would've raise money for her to keep her alive longer," said Dad.
"That's what she told me," said Dawn.
"I should go see her," said Dad. "Excuse me."
I was on my bed when Dad came in and sat with me.
"Oh, hi. I didn't hear you come home from work," I said.
"That's okay. Dawn told me what was bothering you," said Dad.
"Yeah, I didn't know about it until today. Jennifer must have found out on that," I said.
"You're probably right on that," said Dad.
"That was when it got me emotional afterwards," I continued.
"I'm glad you'll make fine during the fundraiser," said Dad.
"I hope so, it just reminds me of Kayla," I said. "I hate it when something bothers me that way."
"I know, honey," said Dad.
"Cam already knew what was bugging me after that," I said.
"At least raising money for cancer is a good idea to do," said Dad. "Pretend you're still doing this for Kayla."
"That's true I can do it that way," I agreed. "I wonder if I could it in the memory of her as dedication."
"That's a nice idea. Kaylee would like that idea," said Dad.
"I could tell Jennifer and Cam my idea tomorrow," I said.
"I bet they might agree. You can always dedicate that to your mother and grandfather who had it, too," said Dad.
"You know what? That's another idea. Do we still have the picture of Grandpa Bill?" I asked.
"We sure do. I can give you one," said Dad.
"I still got Mom's picture, too," I said. "I can make a poster with their pictures and I'll include Kayla's picture as well."
"They'll love that idea of yours," said Dad.
"I feel better now," I said.
"Good," said Dad.