Alright, I'm starting a new story (for anyone who reads my other one 'More Than One' I will still be adding to that one don't worry.)

Here's a better introduction.

When they were little, their parents had been best of friends. It had started when the four of them were back in high school. They had all been friends then, and had ended up turning into two great couples. The two wives did everything together….shopping, cooking, talking, even working. In fact, Lisa Montez and Diane Bolton even ended up getting pregnant at the same time. It hadn't been planned, but nonetheless, the best friends were overjoyed. They had hoped for either two girls or two boys, so they could be best friends. To their joy, the doctor told them they would both be having little girls. Gabriella Marie Montez was born first.

Imagine their surprise when little Victoria Lynne Bolton ended up being a boy, appropriately renamed Troy.

Although they hadn't exactly gotten their wish, the two kids still became best friends. With their parents constantly together, they were constantly together, and constantly playing. Troy always tried to be tough, and Gabby always made sure that she put Troy in his place.

The two were inseparable, sharing everything, all the time. This included toys, birthdays, and even their first kiss when they were ten years old. They couldn't be torn apart, until Mr. Montez announced to them all that he had just gotten an amazing job, out in California. It was an offer he just couldn't refuse.

That was when The Montez family packed up everything from their comfortable Albuquerque home and headed to the west coast. Troy and Gabriella were separated, and still being kids, they forgot about each other as time went on. Instead of being inseparable, as always, they became each other's fond memories.

But years later, just after Gabriella's seventeenth birthday, her dad tells her and her mother that he is being transferred again. This brings back the memories of their last move. Gabby isn't so sure that she wants to move. She loves her life and her friends where they are now. But then she realizes that she hadn't asked her dad where they were moving.

His answer: Albuquerque.


Chapter 1: Moving Again

Gabby dropped her last box by the floor of her bed and flopped tiredly down onto her bed. She stared around at her empty room, her home for the past seven years. The light blue walls, which had once been covered with pictures, posters, mirrors, and other little things were now empty. Everything was now divided into the boxes surrounding her bed.

She heard a knock on the door and sat up, looking to see who it was. "Oh, hi mom." She lay back down with a light sigh. She wasn't really in the mood to talk to her mom.

"Gabby…" Lisa said softly and made her way to her daughter's bed, even though she had made it clear that she didn't want to talk. "I know that you're mad sweetie…" she started.

"I'm not mad mom." Gabriella interrupted her.

Lisa was unable to say anything for a moment, unsure of what to say. "Alright, well you might not be mad, but I know you're upset." She told Gabby. "I just want to tell you I'm sorry."

"I know, I get it!" Gabriella sat up, wishing her mom hadn't come in here. "Yes, I'm upset, and I will probably be for a while because you and dad are making me leave all of my friends and my life here to move." She told her. "So I'm sorry if I'm not all happy, but I'm just trying to get over the fact that I'm leaving my home behind."

Her mother sighed, and got up from the bed, giving up on talking this over. "You know Gabriella, Albuquerque was your home once too." She reminded her before leaving the room.

Gabby couldn't argue that. She had lived in Albuquerque for eleven years of her life. That was longer then she had lived here. Still, this was where she had grown up, made all of her friends, and maybe even fallen in love. Now she was leaving that all behind.

There was another knock on her door and she sighed in annoyance. "What?" she asked, not meaning to sounds so harsh.

"Wow, someone's grumpy today." A blonde rolled her eyes from the door.

Gabby's expression softened when she saw one of her best friends standing in her doorways. "Sorry Andy." She told her. "I'm just sort of frustrated right now."

"Understandable." Andy nodded, coming into the room and looking around. "Wow, you're all packed up." She sighed, looking at the boxes.

"Yeah." Gabby replied sadly.

"I've never seen this room so empty." Any sighed again.

Gabby wished that she wasn't acting like this. She needed someone to stop being so down about her leaving. "I know." she nodded.

Suddenly Andy turned around with tears in her eyes. "Oh my god I'm going to miss you!" she exclaimed, losing the calm attitude that she had come in with. She threw her arms around Gabby, sending the brunette to tears too.

"I'm going to miss you too." Gabby whispered.

The two of them stood there for a while, hugging each other tightly, until they both stopped crying. "Okay, I was supposed to bring you over to Logan's for a surprise party, but I don't know why everyone trusted me with that secret because obviously I just told you." Andy pulled away, telling her everything. She slapped a hand over her mouth. "Oh my god, can you please just try to act surprised so they don't kill me?" she asked.

Gabriella laughed. "You guys planned a surprise party for me?" she asked.

"Of course we did!" Andy said in fake shock. "You're like everyone's friend you know that? I don't think I've ever met someone with no enemies." She laughed.

Gabriella smiled at her friend's words. "Alright I'll fake being surprised." Gabriella hugged Andy.

"Let's go then!" Andy grabbed her friend's arm and dragged her out of the room.

"I'm going out!" Gabriella called to her parents before disappearing out the front door for her last night with her friends.

Alright, hope you liked it! Tell me what you think. I already have a few chapters written so there should be more up very soon.