Chelsea looked back into their nearly empty room. So much had happened in the past year, she still couldn't believe it. Raven walked up behind her and wrapped her arm around her waist. She closed her eyes and enjoyed the feeling of being in Raven's arms.

"What am I supposed to without you for a whole summer?" Raven whispered into her ear.

She spun around and wrapped her arms around Raven's neck. "I'll be home for the next two weeks, and it's not like we don't live right next to each other." Chelsea replied.

"I know, but it won't be the same. I won't be able to just hold you when I want. You'll be the first girl that I've ever 'brought home' so there will probably be some weirdness at the Baxter's for a while.

"True, but hey, it's better than nothing. I mean I will be away for a total of two months, thanks to your beautiful Christmas present."

"Is it too late to take it back, and get something else?" Raven grumbled.

Chelsea giggled. "You know I love that present. Plus, I'm looking forward to spending that time with my mom. Maybe we'll become close again. And I promise to write you a letter whenever I get a new place. How does that sound?"

"Well it's no phone call, but it will do, I guess." Raven sulked.

"Hey, none of that, you know they said that absence makes the heart grow fonder."

"I'm still trying to make up for the last four years."

"Well there's not time like the present" Chelsea said ducking her head to steal a quick kiss.

It seemed Raven was having none of that. She pulled Chelsea's body roughly against her and ran her fingers up Chelsea spine, as she deepened the kiss. Chelsea couldn't stop her body's reaction. Soon she was thrusting her fingers in Raven's hair, and dueling with her tongue for control. Chelsea knew she had to pull away before things got out of control, and she reluctantly did so.

" I thought we were going to take things slow." She said trying to control her breathing.

"We are." Raven said with a wicked grin.

"That didn't feel slow."

"I'm sorry, I just got carried away." Raven replied sheepishly.

"It's okay, I was right along with you. I think we'd better get going. You're mother is waiting for us to help her at the restaurant." Chelsea said grabbing Raven's hand and leading out of the room.

Their future was so uncertain, but they had all summer to work on that.

The end.

A/N: Okay kiddies, that's all for now. I am working on a Popular fanfic at the moment, and I will be write the sequel to this story as soon as I'm done with that one. So be on the lookout for both. I hope you all enjoy.