5. His Eyes Lit Up Like A Light Bulb
I walked into the room as I scuffed my feet across the carpet. There was about three people in the class, I was a little early. I saw some familiar faces come through the door but I had already forgot their names by now. It seemed everyone was settled, Mr. Kelly shut the door. We were in the midst of reviewing what we should have learned last year when I saw the door swing open. Josh walked through the doorway, he seemed to be holding a lot of books and looked like he was struggling. Mr. Kelly stopped talking and waited for Josh to take a seat before he could continue. Once Josh saw my face, his eyes lit up like a light bulb. I smiled and waved as he stood in front of my aisle. He started to blush and turned as red as a tomato. He looked at me and that was it, he didn’t pay attention to anyone else and before you knew it, he tripped and fell. His books splattered all across the floor. You could tell Mr. Kelly was getting impatient. Everyone laughed at him, including Cody. Yes, Cody was in my class. I was the only one who helped him pick up his text books. He thanked me and took his seat that was not too far from mine.
Language arts was actually kind of fun, all we did was talk about poetry and writing, Mr. Kelly didn’t even ask any questions, he just talked. A few people were on their phones that they hid inside books, while I just sat there like a loser making origami. I looked back at Josh when Mr. Kelly was turned away, he was scribbling on his notebook, he caught me staring at him, I blushed turned away before I could even see his reaction.
Class went by pretty fast, Mr. Kelly dismissed us. That was my last class. I was finally out of that place! I mean I loved seeing Josh and Claire at school, but I just couldn’t wait to get home already and relax. I gave Josh my number on the way out of language arts, I haven’t talked to him since.