A week went by. David and I are the only one who still hasn't processed Kayleigh has diabetes yet.
"Earth to Keanna." Lexi said waving her hand in front of me.
"What?" I asked suddenly alert.
"The preppy couple walking this way." She said.
"Let them. If they annoy me, I'll have a bone to pick on." I said.
"Oh look, if it isn't Ms. Teachers-think-I'm-perfect-but-I'm-so-not." Lana said.
"Do you hear something Lex? Oh wait, I know. It's the slut who doesn't know to keep her hands to herself." I said.
"Kea!" Lexi whispered harshly in my ear.
"What?" I asked innocently.
"Watch your back Gifford. I will make your life a living hell." Ms. Stupid herself said. Like I'm scared of her.
"Good luck. Everyone knows you're the school bitch. Even Cara Beech hates you." I smirked.
She snarled before walking away.
"What do you want?" Lexi growled at Dylan.
"To say I'm sorry for everything." He said.
"Apology not accepted." I glared.
Landon came over. Perfect timing little bro.
He remained silent.
"I'm breaking up with her later." Dylan said.
"What made you see sense?" Landon asked from behind.
"How is this any of your business?" Dylan asked with a look that could kill.
"You hurt him in any way, I will break every single bone in your body." I threatened.
He glared before walking away.
"What do you want Landon?" I sighed.
"Right, just got a text from dad. Everyone's going to LA so all the kids are staying at our house. You're in charge. Good luck cooking for 12! See you at home!" He said before turning.
"Hold up mister." I said. "What do you mean everyone's going to LA?"
"Recording a new album..." He said.
"I meant, mom's nine months pregnant. What are they doing going to LA? What if her water breaks on the way?" I asked.
"They're taking the car." He said.
"Give it up Kea. He doesn't get it." Lexi said.
I am not leaving it at that. Well, maybe for now, since I'm late for history...
I counted the minutes until lunch. I need to talk to Landon.
"Landon Zachary Gifford! Don't you run away from me." I said chasing him.
"What do you want?" he asked irritated once we stopped and sat at a table.
"A, if everyone's staying at our house, you're helping me do everything. B, by everyone, do you literally mean everyone? C, how are they even coming and where are they gonna stay?" I asked.
"A, I don't want to help you. B, what do you think? C, we have guest rooms." He said.
"You are helping me, along with everyone else, and we only have two guest rooms. Each fits two people. How the hell are we fitting seven people in two rooms?" I demanded.
"We put Kyra and Madi in one room, Emily and Leah in the other, there's room in my room, and there's room in David's room." He said.
"What'd I miss?" Lexi asked bouncing over.
"Not much." I said.
"I just realized, where's Parker?" Landon asked.
"Suspension. Coach Neaiz really doesn't like him." I said.
"I thought it was three detentions." Lexi said confused.
"We might have interrupted practices last week." I said.
"Hey captain!" I called.
"Aren't we not supposed to be interrupting each other's game?" Parker asked.
"This is a practice. And what do you say to a little challenge?" I asked. "Unless you're scared."
"What kind of challenge?" he asked raising one eyebrow.
"My team against yours. Losing captain has to do whatever the winning captain says for a week." I said.
"You're on." He says.
End of flashback...
Girls totally won. But of course, that didn't stop Coach Neaiz from giving Parker a suspension...
Dylan walked by, glaring. With... You guessed it, Lana in tow.
"I can't believe that's Dylan Lanyard. He's so different than he used to be when I was in grade 6." Landon said.
"I know. That bitch is changing him." I said.
"This sucks. He's like, not Dylan anymore. Él es un idiota." Lexi exclaimed.
"Yes, he is an idiot." I said.
"How the heck-" Landon started.
"I take Spanish." I answered.
Not my best... I'm trying to finish this in a hurry... There's gonna be two more chapters and then I'm skipping to end of November - beginning of December...
Thanks to everyone who reviewed the last chapter! I'm so relieved now that people still read this!