Disclaimer: Unfortunately I own no one, but Casey and Jessy. WWE owns
everyone else. Maybe someday I'll own someone!! So, please don't sue
cause I can't give ya anything, but the 3 bucks I have.
A/N: This is the first story I've posted. It's like my 5th story that
I've ever written. I'm actually writing one now that's for me and only me
to read. I have a lot of those. So, I'll be writing in that as well.
Anyways, if ya like the story, go ahead and send a review. I'd really
appreciate it. If ya don't like it, than keep it to yourself and don't
read! Umm.there's the occasional swearing and the rating could possibly be
going up to R at some point but that'll be later in the story. I guess
that's it! ENJOY!!!!
"Casey, why did you take all your money out of the bank?" My best
friend asked me as she drove me home. I sat in the passenger seat of her
Saab wondering what I was really doing. I looked over at her and she
glanced at me. She had been my best friend for 13 years. Could I really
tell her what I was doing? Then I answered my own question with a no. I
couldn't tell her. I knew she would try and stop me.
"I just wanted all that money to maybe get a car."
"Casey, you can't drive."
"I know, Jess. I just want to have one for when I can." I wondered
if she believed me. She may have been blond, but I knew she could tell
when I was lying most of the time.
"If you say so." Phew.she bought it. Thank God for that.
As we drove up my driveway I thought of all of the things that were
making me do this. After reliving all of the teasing, laughing, and
unpopularity, I knew the number one reason for this were my parents. They
had never been supportive of me and always brought me down. My mother
constantly tried to buy my love and my father teased me about how I looked
or acted. I just couldn't handle it anymore. This had been coming for
quite some time and I finally had the courage to go through with it. As we
came to a stop, I looked up at the trailer and realized I had a lot of work
to do before my parents came home from work. I unbuckled my safety belt
and reached for the door handle.
"Later Jess. I'll call you.sometime." I got out of the car and took
a last look at my best friend. She wasn't just a friend.she was my sister.
I was always there for her and she was always there for me. I sighed and
waved goodbye to her. When would I see you again? When would I see anyone
I knew again?
I walked up the steps of the deck and watched as she drove out of
sight. Unlocked the door with the key that was hanging on a nail on the
deck. I stepped inside of the air-conditioned home and my dog came running
up to me as well as my cat.
"Hey Heidi. Hey Psycho," I said aloud as I rubbed their heads. I
walked down the hall to my room. It was full of pictures of my fave
wrestlers and a couple of Justin Timberlake pictures. I pulled two of my
book bags out of my closet and my messenger bag that had started to tear
during my senior year. I began to fill the smaller, green book bag with
jeans, t-shirts, and other clothes until it got full. I grabbed my L.L.
Bean bag and filled that as well. I began to take down my pictures of Jeff
Hardy, Shannon Moore, Matt Hardy, Edge, and Shane Helms and put them in a
binder that held a story I had begun to write. I then wrapped picture
frames of my sisters wedding, my grandfather, and my two best friends and I
in plastic bags. I threw all this in my messenger bag. I grabbed my
wallet and threw that in there as well. I took my song and poetry journal
off my nightstand as well as my diary. I grabbed a couple pens and threw
all that in my bag. I took my Simba off my bed and began to shove him in
the bad as best as I could. I left him with his head hanging out.
"Hello?!! Case, you here?" I heard voice come from the kitchen.
Damn, my mom. I threw my stuff in the closet and walked down the hall.
"Hi," I said flopping down on the couch. I would have to finish
getting ready later.
"Anyone call?" she asked.
"No," I answered nodding my head.
The rest of the afternoon I was online. I was writing e-mails to my
friends. I just typed one and sent to them all.
'Dear Jessy, Jesse, Amy, and Cindy,
By the time you read this, I will have been gone. I don't really
know where I'm going, but when I get there, I'll call. Don't worry about
me. I promise I'll be in touch. Yes, I am running away. I just need to
go.need something new.need to start over. You all mean so much to me and
I'll miss you terribly. Amy, I'll never forget our summer and all the
crazy things we did. Cindy, I just started getting close to you and you
have really become a good friend. Jesse, take care of Jessy for me.she
needs someone to point her in the right direction, literally. Jessy, what
can I say.we've been friends for so long. I'll miss you so much.you were
so much more to me than just a friend.you were my sister. I love you,
girl! Take care of each other and I'll see you again, someday.
I sighed as a tear rolled down my cheek. I meant every word of what
I said. I would be in tough, someday. Now it was time for me to plan
where to go. I had decided on taking a bus to Boston and staying there for
a while. Who knows what kind of options lay ahead of me? My future could
turn out to be the best in the world. Hmmm.I'd have to think about this on
the bus. I counted my money one last time and came up with the same amount
each time, $495. That should get me a hotel room and a bus ride, even if I
had to go Greyhound.
I ate dinner with my parents for the last time and watched RAW. I
would soon be spending my last night in my room. Before I fell asleep I
wrote a note for my parents.
'Dear Mom and Dad,
When you get this letter I'll be gone. Don't call the police.don't
come looking for me.don't bother my friends. No one knows where I'm going.
I don't even really know where I'm going. I just have to get away. I
can't take living here with you anymore. I can't stand the teasing and non-
support. I may later contact you, but I don't know when. Like I said
before, PLEASE don't come looking for me. Don't worry about me I'll be
fine. I can take care of myself. So, until I decide to contact you, this
is goodbye. Goodbye!
Now that that was done, I could get some sleep. I set my alarm for
7:00 a.m. and drifted off to sleep.