Hello fellow FanFictioners! This chapter is more Lulu x Garrison. Yes, I know that some of you would like other pairings, and I will do that. It's just when I started this story I already had the first four chapters planned out. So this and the next chapter will be Lulu and Garrison. Now just so you know, Pairings that will be in this story eventually: Lulu and Garrison, Maddie and Garrison, Theo and Hyacinth, Ms. Wellington and Shmidy, and Theo and Maddie. Pairings that will not ever be even mentioned because I can't stand them: Lulu and Theo, Garrison and Hyacinth, and Abernathy and Hyacinth. That last one is comepletly disgusting. I mean he's a freaking grown man! It makes me want to throw up. Anyway I was just thinking, Well I don't own any of the books, so after chapter four, I'm out of Missing Moments! I'll eiether need to check them out from the library, or...(drumroll) ASK THE FANS! So all I'm going to need you to do is: STEP ONE: Flip through one of the books and find a page where the author left something out. STEP TWO: Write down the details*. STEP THREE: Login to FanFiction and post the details in a reveiw!
*Details needed are: Whick book, Page number, Couple/Pairing, and a Title for the chapter. Please Reveiw with your actual account, or I may not be able to feature yours. I need you to review with your account, so if I need extra details, I can PM you. Remember, This means the faster the suggestions, the faster the chapters! Here's the Third chapter. By the way, It's all Lulu this time.
Book: # 2
Setting: pg. 280
We ran quickly down the hill. We were going to find Abernathy. I was a little nervous, for two reasons. One, well, look at what happened last summer. Two, my friends were about to see just how claustrophobic I still was. We had reached the SVT. I took a deep breath and bravely stepped in. I saw all my friends glance over at me to see what would happen. I tried to imagine myself in my happy place. I looked around. the walls were closing in on me. The SVT jerked. My eyes becaame large, and I started hyperventalating. My eyes watered. The SVT came to a gentle stop and the doors popped open. I jumped out of the Star Wars like area.
We marched off to find Abernathy. Soon we arrived and Theo Started doing some Terrible-Why-Isn't-This-Illegal Cheerleading. A few seconds later, Abernathy appered. He made eye contact with me and shook his head.
We headed back up to the SVT after a failed attempt to save The School of Fear. I took one look at the SVT and knew it was embarass Lulu time. Wahoo. Garrison looked at me. "Come on Lulu. You can do it. Why are you so afraid?" he asked me. "Don't talk to me like I'm stupid. Why are you so terrified of a little water?" I snapped.
"Sorry. I'm afraid of water, because when I was eight, my older brother took me down to the beach to teach me how to surf. He taught me how to stand up on the board, and keep my balance. So I decided to try it. I did good at first, but then the sun came out from behind a cloud, and I was blinded and fell off the board. I was sucked underwater, and I didn't have a breath. I was terrifyed. My foot was caught in some seaweed. I tryed to pull it out, and after a few seconds I got it. I swam up, and grabbed my surfboard, and sat on top of it. I refused to move until, my brother came to get me." he explained. "So, what about you?"
I took a deep breath. "I don't know. Everytime I get in a small area, I can't think straight, It looks like the walls are closing in on me about to smash me, It gets hard for me to breathe, and I always imagine the worst case scenario."
Then he did something I could've punched him for.
He laughed. "Come on Lulu. Get in. It'll be okay."
"You don't know everything.'' I glared at him. He grabbeed me and pulled me inside. I continued my glaring, until the doors closed. Then my claustriphobia (?) kicked in. Without thinking about it, I grabbed his hand and hid my face in his chest. Soon the doors opened, and he was right.
It was okay.
Thank you to everyone who reviewed.
To Guest: Sorry for getting snippy. I just dont take people criticizing my pairings very well.