Hey y'all! Hehe no I'm not southern. This takes place in Massie's horse riding place, Galwaugh. I hope you like it! And don't get mad at me if I don't have all the details right – I'm not really obsessed with the clique so I don't have every single detail memorized. PLEASE READ & REVIEW!

DISCLAIMER: I don't own the clique books because I am not Lisi Harrison. I'd rather own twilight, though.

Massie's POV:

As I stepped out into the bright sunlight, a wave of excitement rushed over me. I was going horseback riding for the first time in three weeks! Yes! I tried to remember why I hadn't gone for that long, and I remembered that it was because I was with Derrington practically every day. Ever since he'd asked me out, we'd been seeing each other constantly.

*Flashback! *

I was sitting in my room, at my desk, IMing, when all of a sudden, my phone rang. Who could be calling so late at night? I thought. It's practically twelve o'clock! At any rate, I swung my spinning chair across the room to the pink phone on my vanity table.

"Hello?" I said, sweetness dripping off every word. I had a feeling this was important.

"Mass?" said a familiar raspy voice.

"Speaking. And you are?"

"Hey, it's Derrick… you know, from school? I hope I didn't wake anyone."

"Oh, hey, Derrick. No, don't worry, I'm the only one home tonight." I remembered vaguely not being supposed to tell anyone if I was home alone or not, but whatever. What could Derrington do to hurt me? That thought made me laugh, and I had to stifle back a giggle so Derrick wouldn't think I had lost my marbles.

"Um, I was wondering if you wanted to go out with me. Sorry for calling so late."

"Um, okay. Sure. When?"

"Um, how about tomorrow night?"

"Sounds good!" I tried to contain my squeals of joy, with little success. "So, tomorrow it is."

"Yup. See ya." When I was sure he had hung up, I screamed so loud I was sure I would wake up everybody who was in my hearing zone, or whatever. Fortunately, I was home alone tonight so there was no one to get me in trouble. Bouncing with delight, I pulled on my pj's, brushed my teeth, and pulled myself under my blanket, fantasizing about the night to come.

The next day, I had my date with Derrington. It was totally awesome, and we really got along well. We continued the trend, and pretty soon everyone new about us. We were a new item. You know the rest.

*End of Flashback! *

Anyway, today I was finally seeing my horse, Brownie. Derrington was coming too, shocker. I sighed. We really were inseparable these days.

Finally, for what seemed like hours, I got to Derrington's house. His house was near mine, so I had just walked over. He was going to drive me to the club.

"Hey, babe." He greeted me with a smile and a hug.

I grinned back. "Are you ready to go horseback riding?"

"Whoa, whoa, whoa. I'm riding?"

"That's what I said. Scared?"

"No way! You and your little horse better watch out!"

"Uh-huh." I giggled. "C'mon, let's go!"

After a few minutes of driving, we were finally there. I nearly flew out of the car and ran to the barns. Looking for a specific horse, I finally found Brownie.

"Oh, Brownie!" I cried, and held my horse in a tight hug. "I missed you!"

"Hey, Mass, which horse should I use?"

"Hmm… you can have… Junior! He goes pretty easy, you might need that."

He snorted. "Right. Don't under estimate." He flexed his muscles. "Shall we, then?"

I nodded wickedly. I let Brownie out of her barn, then Junior. He whinnied.

"Easy, girl!" I laughed, petting Junior's fuzzy mane. It felt so good to be back.