THIS STORY DOES NOT CONTAIN VAMPIRES, ONLY IMMORTALS. I own the characters and this story.
February 18. The day my dad died. The day the person that was closest to me left the world, leaving me in a place that I thought had turned into complete hell afterwards. After 2 months of grief, I ended up with weird abilities. One day, I'm guessing answers on homework, and the next, I'm seeing the answers in my head. I was truly freaked out, but I got used to it, cause it helped me from making my grades slip. My father raised me to be smart, and I am, but it's like this is a lifeline left behind from him. I'm also able to see the future, but keeping all of these secrets is easier than it seems in those teen novels. Just don't tell anyone. Simple.
Another day, with the warm weather. Gross. I preferred the cold. Even though I live in Oklahoma, I still prefer it. I still wear jeans, and ignore my mom's comment on how it's too hot for them. I get in my 2000 silver Mercury that was my grandma's, and head to school for another dull day of learning I no longer need to listen to. There was only a month left of school, anyway. Exactly one month and two days.
I pull into the parking lot and go inside the school. People have been trying to help me, including my well-known counselor, Mrs. Wood, but I don't listen to anyone, because I don't want anyone's help or apologies. I just wanted my dad back, and that's all I would need. He deserved to be here.
I went inside school, trying to pass Mrs. Wood's office as fast as possible incase she tried to stop me and ask me how I was. The only thing I saw passing by was a tall figure, fair skin, dark hair, a black shirt, and muscles. And the faint smell of clean.
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