Title: Growing Up

Chapter 1: Getting Ready For School

Disclaimer: I own nothing but the idea of the story and any names you don't recognize as a wrestler's name.

Summary: Six best friends growing up facing their problems together. Living the ups and downs together.


Stephanie McMahon's alarm clock goes off at six in the morning. Steph pulls her pillow over her head, not wanting to get up. Lazily she took one arm and hit the snooze button.

Peeking his head inside his sister's room, Shane laughed. He knew of the perfect way to wake Steph up. Shane smiled evily as he crept down stairs.

Shane pulled out one of the pictures and filled it will cold water. Boy, he was going to get a kick out of this. He turned the water off and headed back up stairs.  

Tip toeing into Steph's room, he walked over to her bed. He stood still for a minute. Quickly he dumped the water on Steph and ran out of the room, and into his own.

Hearing their daughter's blood curdling scream. Both Vince and Linda ran into Steph's room to see her standing there in wet pajamas.

"What the HELL happened to you?!" Linda asked walking over to her daughter.

"Shane through water on me!" Steph pouted.

"Ohh is that so?" Vince questioned knowing the answer. "Shane, come here."

Shane slowly came to Steph's room, acting as if he just woke up.

"Yes, dad?" Shane asked rubbing his eyes.

"Don't 'Yes, dad?' me! Why did you dump cold water on your sister?" Vince said sternly.

"Her alarm clock went off and she wouldn't get up." Shane confessed. "You should have seen the look on her face."

"I'm gonna get you Shane." Steph yelled about to chase after he brother.

"You two stop." Linda said. "Now you two get ready for school and breakfast will be done when you are finished."


Randy Orton woke up at six in the morning to the sun shinning in his face. Today was a beautiful day, and also the first day of high school as a senior.

Randy got out of bed and headed down stairs, where he was greeted by him mom.

"Good morning." Mrs. Orton said flipping a pancake.

"Good morning to you too." Randy answered sitting down at the table.

"Are you ready for your first day as a senior?" Mrs. Orton asked.

"Yeah, I guess. It's not that different." Randy said taking the plate his mom made for him.

"So are you going to ask Stacy out this year?" Mrs. Orton asked being nosy.

"Mom!" Randy kind of shouted not wanting to wake up his father who didn't get home until late the other night.

"What, I like Stacy. She's so…well, she's herself." Mrs. Orton smiled knowing full well that her son liked the leggy blonde.

"That's it, I'm taking my breakfast upstairs to get ready to go." Randy said taking the plate of food upstairs.

Randy walked into his room thinking about what his mom said about Stacy. He liked Stacy, but she was one of his best friends. He didn't want to lose that. After he put on his t-shirt his father walked in.

"I heard that your mom was trying to get you to ask out Stacy." Mr. Orton said with a smile, he also liked Stacy.

"Yeah, well, it's not going to happen." Randy said as he took a bite of his hash browns.

"Well, why no?" Randy's father asked.

"Dad, you're just like mom, wanting me to go out with Stacy. If I wanted to go out with Stacy I would." Randy stated.

"Okay, I get the picture." Mr. Orton said walking out his son's room with a smile on. "He'll ask her, when he is ready." He said to himself.


Trish Stratus woke up to the smell of her father's cooking. She perked her nose up and smelled. She could smell that he was cooking eggs, bacon, and waffles.

Trish made her way out of bed, and stumbled into her bathroom. She turned on the shower and hopped in. Fifteen minutes later Trish got out of the shower. She went and got dressed.

She walked down the stairs to see her brother Calvin eating away. Also her dad reading the paper.

"Are you gonna save some for me?" Trish asked getting her 14 year old brother Calvin's attention.

"Um, nope." Calvin said shoving a fork full of eggs into his mouth.

"Hun, there is a plate of food in the microwave for you." Mr. Stratus said putting the paper down.

"Thanks dad." Trish said walking to the microwave to get her food.

"How are my newly freshman and senior doing this morning?" Mrs. Stratus asked.

"Just fine, even though Calvin ate all the food dad made." Trish said sitting next to her brother.

"Trish, loving sister of mine, you don't need all of this food." Calvin said sweetly.

"Why don't I need all of this food?" Trish asked putting her hands on her hips.

"Cause all the food goes to your hips." Calvin laughed falling out of his seat.


Chris Jericho moved around feeling water spraying him. He opened his eyes to find out that he was in the shower.

He stood up quickly and shut off the water. He stepped out the shower. Chris wrapped a towel around his waist, and walked into his room.

He looked at his alarm clock. It read seven in the morning. Chris shook his head, and hurriedly got dressed thinking he was going to be late for school.

When he ran down stairs, he noticed that everyone was still sleeping. He walked into the kitchen to pour himself a glass of milk and looked at the clock on the stove to see how much time he had left. It read six in the morning.

Chris thought for a minute. He ran upstairs bumping into his sister, Noelle.

"Good morning to you too." Noelle said standing up rubbing her bottom.

"What time is it?" Chris asked.

"It's six in the morning." Noelle grinned knowing he got up early.

"Noe, you set my clock forward." Chris started. "Didn't you?"

"Maybe?" Noelle said running into her room and locking the door behind her.

"I'll get you Noelle." Chris said walking away.


Stacy Keibler hopped out her bed when her alarm went off at six in the morning. She turned on her radio, which was playing 'Hotel' by Cassidy. She danced around for a minute in her bra and panties. Soon she went and took a shower.

Stacy was so happy that school was starting again. She couldn't wait to see her friends. Even though she just saw her friends yesterday.

Stacy ran down stairs and slid across the floor in her socks. She slid right pass her father and mother.

"Stacy calm down." Mrs. Keibler said pulling out a chair to sit down.

"I can't calm down mom." Stacy began. "It's the first day of school."

"So, are you walking with Steph and Trish?" Mr. Keibler asked from the table.

"No, I'm walking with the guys." Stacy said thinking of someone.

"Okay, well, tell them I said hi." Mr. Keibler said taking a drink of his coffee.

"I'll be sure to do that." Stacy said taking a muffin.

"Stacy, aren't you going to sit down and have some bacon and eggs?" Mrs. Keibler asked.

"Can't mom, I'm too excited." Stacy said running up the stairs.


Paul Levesque rolled over expecting to still be sleeping, but he rolled onto the floor. After hitting the floor he sat up and looked at his bed. He saw his little sister Kendal. She was only three years old and much attached to Paul.

"What are you doing in my bed?" Paul asked sitting on his bed.

"I had a bad dream." She said holding onto Paul.

Kendal was very clingy towards Paul. Paul was her only brother and also her favorite sibling. She still loved their older sister Lynn though.

"Okay, let me get this straight." Paul started. "You had a bad dream and came into my room and slept in here."

"Yes." Kendal said still holding on to her brother.

"All right. Let's put you back to bed." Paul stated. "It's too early for you to be up."

Paul picked up his baby sister and carried her to her room. He laid her down and kissed her on the forehead before he left the room. Shutting the door behind him.

He walked back to his room to get dressed. Paul had gotten his jeans on when the phone rang. Paul walked over to his phone by his bed and answered it.

"Hello?" Paul asked.

"Hi Paul, this is Steph." She answered.

"Oh, hey Steph. How are you?" He asked putting his socks on.

"I'm good, and you?" Steph asked pulling her tennis shoes on.

"Same here. So, why did you call?" Paul answered with another question.

"Yeah, I was wondering where we were meeting." Steph replied.

"I really don't know." Paul said thinking of where to meet.

"Okay, well, then how about we all meet at the bleachers on the football field." She suggested.

"Yeah, that's good I'll let the guys and Stacy know." Paul said.

"And I'll let Trish know." Steph smiled.

"Well, I got to go. Get finished getting ready." Paul said.

"Okay, see you later." Steph smiled then hung up.

Paul hung the phone up and smiled. This was going to be a great year.


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