Emma's beautiful, she really is, I've known her for a while, and I can't stop staring at her, she really is gorgeous. She's funny too, I can't help but laugh when I'm around her, I've never felt like this about anyone before, she gives me butterflies in my stomach just by coming near me, and she makes me feel like everything will be okay.
I took a bite of my sandwich, and Emma laughed, her laugh was amazing, I guess I should've concentrated more on eating and less on Emma's laugh, because I found myself choking on the lump of sandwich.
I couldn't breathe properly, I couldn't stop coughing. I tried to call someone for help, but they were all busy having their lunches and talking, they didn't see me waving, and I couldn't shout. Emma turned around for some reason, and saw me waving frantically and pointing to my throat.
"Oh My Gosh! Will, are you okay?" She asked, running over to me, from talking to some other teacher. I shook my head, and she suddenly got a panicked look on her face.
"What's wrong?" She asked. I pointed to my throat again, and then to the sandwich on the table. She gasped loudly, pulled me to my feet and stood behind me.
I felt her arms encircle around my chest, and the next thing I knew, I'd spat out the chunk of sandwich. Everyone had gathered around, watching what was going on.
"Will, Are you okay?" Shannon Beiste came over to ask. I nodded, then turned to Emma, realising what she'd done.
"You saved my life," I said, in utter shock. Emma blushed lightly and looked to the floor.
"I-It was n-nothing," She whispered. I hugged her tightly, and she hugged me back.
"Thank you, so much," I whispered in to her neck. I breathed in her scent. Today, she smelt like strawberries. I had a feeling I'd never forget that smell. It was how she smelt on the day she saved my life.
I didn't want to let go of her, It was then that I realised I didn't ever want to let go of her; after all, I loved her.
"Will… You can let go now," Emma said quietly.
I blushed deep red, and pulled away from her.
"Sorry… and thanks… again," I said.
She smiled at me, and shook her head.
"Like I said, it was nothing really," She said with a smile.
I smiled and hugged her again. This time I wasn't going to let go.