"So, this is Fell's Church." I said as I stepped out of my dad's car. "Doesn't look like much."
My mom looked at me before she spoke. "Give it a chance, I'm sure you'll love it."
I scoffed and shook my head. "That's what you said about the town before that and the town before that and the one before that one." I replied sarcastically. This was the fourth move I had experienced in two years. Around the second move, I realized that I would never fit in with other people, it was like an unexplainable curse. No matter where I went it was all the same. I was a loner because I always felt…different than others. With that thought I turned to glance at the new place I would call home. I followed my parents in our new house and looked around.
It was a bigger house than I was used to. It was also very beautiful. I had to remind myself that this was most likely only temporary until we moved again. I sighed as I made my way up the stairs and went to search for my room. When I found it I went over to the queen sized bed in the center of the room. I flopped down and closed my eyes. A knock on my door caused me to sit up. I was met with the sight of my mom, leaning against my door.
"Do you like the house?"
"Sure. It's really nice"
"You should be able to start school tomorrow."
Oh joy. "Okay." I said nodding.
"Why don't you put your things away and I'll go out for some food."
I nodded, uninterested. "Okay." I answered nonchalantly
She gave me one last smile before turning to leave, closing the door behind her. I huffed as I got up to put my things away. I as started to place my things away, I felt as if this time was different then the others. I actually found myself hoping things would work out here in this small town. I hoped this time would be different.
The next day, I woke up to the sound of my alarm clock. A strong feeling of dread immediately coursed though me as I sat up. I pushed the off button on me clock. I started to get dressed. I walked downstairs and my mom greeted me. "Morning Honey."
"Do you want breakfast? All we really have is cereal but I will go shopping today."
"No thanks. I'm not really hungry."
"Nervous about school?"
I couldn't help but to smile at her question. She always asked it on my first day of a new school. "No, I not nervous."
"Is your bag packed?" I continued to smile at her questions as I nodded.
"Okay let's get ready to go."
I grabbed my bag and started to head outside. The ride didn't take that long, it was easily walking distance. I got out of the car and glanced over the school. Robert E. Lee didn't look too different from all the other schools I had been to. "Want me to come in with you?" My mom asked behind me.
"No." I sighed, stepping toward the school. "I've been through this before."
I stepped inside and made my way toward the office. Even though this school didn't look like much I still didn't find the place I was looking for easily. I continued to search when I was suddenly knocked down. I gasped as I hit the ground dropping the information I had in my hands.
"I'm sorry are you okay?" A male voice came from above me.
"I think." I looked up to find a blond guy giving me a nervous smile. I hesitantly gave him a smile as he helped me onto my feet.
"I really didn't see you there." He explained
I shook my head putting an end to his apology. "It's okay, I'm fine."
"Are you new here?" He chuckled "You look really lost."
I laughed. "Yeah, I'm just starting today."
"Well, there is going to be a lot of news about you umm…?"
"Oh right…I'm Bonnie."
"Matt Honeycutt. I play football here." I nodded, impressed. "Where were you headed?"
"Main office, but this place is like a maze."
"That's how it feels at first. Come on I'll show you." He started walking and I followed him. I think I was already stating to like Fell's Church. "So where were you before you came to our small town?"
"Florida." I said simply, not really willing to share.
"Really? It must be great there."
I shrugged. "It's okay I guess."
"New girl from Florida, news about you will spread like wildfire."
"There's not much to talk about."
Matt suddenly stopped and inclined his head toward a door. "Main office."
I turned to look at the door. "Thank you."
"No problem. I'll see you later, Bonnie."
"Bye." I said disappearing through the door.
I walked to the front desk a woman, who I assumed to be a secretary sat there typing. "Excuse me?" I said
"I'll be right with you. Please have a seat." She said pointing towards some chairs.
I sighed and placed myself down. Ten minutes later the secretary was still sitting at her computer, pretending I didn't exist. I could already tell I wouldn't like this lady. Then, the door opened and two guys and a girl walked in. The first guy had green eyes and spiked hair, also indeed one of the hottest guys I had ever seen. The second had longer hair, but I couldn't see his eyes because he had on sunglasses. The girl that had been with them had long beautiful hair and the prettiest eyes. I smiled at the image of them. They didn't seem to see me as they walked up to the secretary that was giving me a hard time.
"I'll be with you soon." She said without looking up.
"We're here for a late pass." The green-eyed guy said as if he didn't here her.
"I said-" She paused as she looked at the three of them. "Just give me one minute." She got up and made her way from her desk.
"I don't know why we're getting passes. These teachers don't care if we're late." The slightly shorter guy said, nonchalantly.
"It doesn't matter, we're just like everyone else here."
"That's a lie and you know it."
"Damon." The girl said eying him warningly. She turned back to the other guy. "Are we meeting Meredith and Sage for lunch today?"
"Yeah, they said they would be here."
The girl nodded. "Good." Her eyes then turned to me, I felt a little intimidated as the two guys turned to me as well. "Have you been waiting here all his time?" Not able to speak, I just nodded. "We're sorry we didn't see you."
Finding my voice I replied, "It's fine, she was making me wait."
"Yeah, that's Ms. Clark's thing. She ignores you and hope you go away." I laughed at her statement.
Ms. Clark came back and handed the girl a slip of paper and looked to me. "The principle will see you now."
I nodded as I got up to collect my things. I headed to the principle's office, looking back I saw the three leave the office. I sat down after I entered the office. "Hello I'm Mr. Tanson, principle of Robert E. Lee High." He started to talk about the school and its policies. I couldn't help but zone out a little as my mind went back to the three I had just saw. Being around them had given me a sense of something I haven't had in long time; a sense belonging.
"Is it jus me or did that girl in the office give off a weird vibe?" I asked walking in between Stefan and Damon.
"Definitely not you. I wonder who she is." Stefan said
"Who cares?" Damon said, typically
"I care what if she's like us?"
"What if she's a threat?" Stefan asked warily
I shook my head. "I don't think so she seemed…sweet."
"Careful brother, Lena might leave you for a redhead."
I glared at Damon. "We should tell the other's."
"Why?" Damon asked annoyed
"I don't know she smelled different to me. Not like other humans."
"Like Meredith?" Stefan asked while raising an eyebrow.
"No, we always knew she was different from others. That girl…"
"I thought this was obvious." Damon said
"What?" Stefan and I asked in unison. We stopped walking to hear his reply.
"She's a witch and even better a McCullough witch." Damon replied leaving them in the halls.
I turned to Stefan worried. "You think he's right?"
"I don't know. We'll have to keep an eye on her."
I nodded and we continued on to class.
A/N: New Story! I actually had this idea in my mind for a while and I finally wrote it. So what do you guys think? Should I keep it or toss it?