Helloooo :)
So, I havith a new story idea!
I'm not entirely sure if someone else has a story similar to this, and if you do, I'm sorry.
The title might change, but this is what I have so far!

Disclaimer: I don't own iCarly. (sigh) If I did, Carly wouldn't be the main character. And Seddie would be in every episode. I DO, however, own Jaxon and Emily. :)

iCan't Believe It

September 7, 2030

"Yeah dad... yeah... I know... I know, dad!" Emily said into her cell phone as she tried to walk quickly to Ridgeway High. It was her first day at a new school and she was late, and she had her father rambling on to her about the school, "Dad, you already told me!"

"Sorry, sweetheart. It's just... that was my old school," her father sighed.

"Yeah, I know dad. But I have to go, I'm gonna be-" Emily couldn't finish her sentence because she collided with something, causing her to fall to the ground.

"Oh my gosh, I'm so sorry," Emily quickly rambled out as she grabbed for her phone and bag, which had both fallen along with her.

"No, it's okay, it was my fault. Shouldn't have left late again," the boy she had ran into replied, getting her phone for her, which was just out of her reach. She quickly took her phone and mumbled a goodbye to her dad before hitting the end button.

"I'm Jaxon," the boy introduced himself as Emily finally looked at him and oh my God, were his eyes blue. She froze for a minute, causing Jaxon to smirk. "So I'm guessing you're new, because most people at Ridgeway know me. I'm kinda known as a troublemaker or bad boy."

"Oh, yeah, sorry about that," Emily said as she blushed crimson and they started walking towards the school. "I'm Emily."

"Emily, that's a pretty name. Simple, but sweet," Jaxon said as he led the way. She gave him a confused smile, which he really wasn't supposed to see, but he did. "I was raised by my mom, so I know how to treat a girl." Emily smiled sadly, knowing what it was like to be raised by only one parent. "So what class you got first?"

Emily had memorized her classes, but she couldn't think of it at the moment. Her mouth opened and closed a few times before her cheeks turned crimson again. Jaxon smirked and shook his head, before saying, "I have math with Mr. Howard." That's when Emily remembered, that was her first class, too. Her dad had laughed when he heard who her teacher was, remembering that was his math teacher.

"Yeah, that's my first class, too."

Jaxon nodded, "Well, careful, he's the grouchiest old man I have ever met." Emily nodded and followed him to class.

As it turned out, Emily and Jaxon had their last class together, too, and their lockers were right near each other. Jaxon had locker 52, and Emily had locker 50.

"So, you wanna go to the Groovy Smoothie?" Jaxon asked Emily as he shut his locker. Her eyes widened at his question, as it was quick and right to the point. She shut her locker carefully and turned to look at him.

"I would have to ask my dad first, he gets pretty protective." Emily says, taking out her cellphone. She quickly dialled her dad's cell and after one ring, he answered.

"Emily? Do you need me to come pick you up? Are you hurt? Is something wrong?" her father rattled off, his tone getting more worried and more loud with each word.

"No dad, calm down. I'm just going to the, uh..." Emily froze, forgetting the name.

"The Groovy Smoothie," Jaxon told her.

"Uh, yeah, the Groovy Smoothie. I'm going there. With a friend. I made. In school today," she was starting to ramble, not knowing how her dad would react.

"Well, that's great that you made a friend, sweetheart. What's her name?" he asked her, his voice happy. She gulped, before saying quietly, "His name is Jaxon, daddy." There was silence for a minute.

"Okay, just uh, don't be out too late, okay?" her dad responded uneasily. They hadn't reached this yet, and they both knew it. Emily sighed in relief.

"Thanks daddy, bye. Love you."

"Love you, too, Emily. Bye." And with that, Emily hung up. She looked up at Jaxon through her brunette bangs. He had that smirk again. He flipped his shaggy blonde hair to the side, so it wasn't in his eyes.

"Daddy's girl?" Jaxon questioned as they began walking towards the doors. Emily sighed and nodded, "Daddy's girl."

So, what'd ya think?
Review please! :)