I was usually a down to earth person, but there was something about this guy that made act different. Ty had shaggy dark brown hair, emerald green eyes and he had a slim muscular figure. Ty and I had known each other for 17 years, now at the age of 20 we had moved away to different schools and barely talked to one another. It was the first time in months we'd seen each other and the butterflies were fluttering like crazy in the pit of my stomach.
The coffee shop we had spent weekends at in high school was quiet and calming. I missed Ty and was glad he could make it, it was hard being at Guelph University in Guelph Ontario and him being at Laurentian University in Sudbury Ontario.
"So, how is your study in Law and justice coming?" I asked before taking a sip of cappuccino.
"Well it's coming along pretty well, I'm struggling a little with the teacher's ways but I'll adjust" he said, looking right in to my eyes. I only started having feeling for him in grade 12, but I never told him. "How is the Veterinary Medicine coming alone?"
I swallowed the mouth full of liquid and answered, "Great, Thank you." Then I took another sip of cappuccino. "How is life beside school?" I said after quickly swallowing the second sip of my warm drink since it was becoming cooler outside each day.
"Well I have been going out, hangin' with some new buddies, and playing hockey. How about you Madison?"
"Well not much besides studying, horseback riding and hanging out with my friends. Nothing overly exciting."I smiled and took another sip. I was so nervous for some odd reason; I was never like this around him.
"Same old Maty, always with her nose in the books."He smiled his cute side smile and gave a little chuckle.
"Thanks Ty. I love you too." I started laughing with him. I always said I loved him, but more as I love like a brother and he knew that.
"I love you too." He smiled again and we both laughed again. Whenever he said 'I love you' he was also saying it like I was his sibling, since we have known each other since we were 3 years old.
We sat there for about 2 ½ hours catching up on one another's lives and tell stories about people from school and memories from our past. It was great, minus the fact that it reminded me of how much I like him and why. I also realized I missed him so much and just wanted it to be high school again, when I could see him every day and hang with him after school and on weekends. The he said something I never expected him to say.
"Madison... I m-miss you so much." He said with a faint smile.