This is me.

When Kasey June starts her new school in New York, she tries her best to fit in and stay quiet which is hard when you're being compared to someone who is better than you. When everything starts to go her way, everything changes, everyone who seemed close to her are not who they seem


3. ~Everyone hates Mondays.~

I stood under the shower for at least 30 minutes that Monday. Not because the warmth of it felt so good, but because I had school. I let the water drip onto my face and just stood there, “Kasey where are you!?” it was mum. I sighed ad turned the shower off, stepping into the freezing air that hits you once you’ve taken a warm shower. I wrapped myself in a towel and undid my hair from a messy bun, I checked the time on my phone which was on the side of the bath, 7:00 am. I better get a move on. I put a pair of black skinny jeans on along with my jumper which had a cute little panda on it. I curled my hair with curling tongs and put a pair of shoes on. I was chewing on an apple waiting for Penny to come so we could leave, I stared out of our window and sighed. Everything had changed so much now, particularly me. I was startled when Penny tapped me on the shoulder, “Come on,” she smiled. I returned her smile with a glare. We both shouted goodbye to mum   and left, “You need to change your attitude for today,” Penny pressed the down button on the elevator.
“What’s wrong with my attitude?” I asked angrily.
“Your so hostile and horrible,” she pressed it again impatiently.
“Just cause I’m not like you,” I folded my arms.
“You’re acting like a little kid,” Penny stepped inside the open elevator and pulled me in with her as if she thought I was staying. The doors closed and we were on our way. I hated elevators but I tried to make this fear disappear every time Penny looked at me. The button for floor three lit up,
“Oh great,” I threw my arms at my side, “Looks like we’re going to be late!” Penny ignored my temper and checked her phone. The elevator suddenly came to a halt just as we were about to reach the third floor, “Why’s it stopped?” I tried not to panic.
“I don’t know,” Penny stared down at her phone.
“No seriously,” I pressed he down button again and again until Penny yelled,
“For God’s sake Kasey!” she startled me and I went in another corner of the elevator to calm down, “Why isn’t this stupid button working,” Penny pressed the emergency signal button.
“I’ll call someone,” I said. I clicked my phone on and dialled mums number, it beeped off almost straight away, “She’s declining my calls,” I said quietly.
“No you just haven’t got signal,” Penny told me.
“Well we need to get out,”
“I know that,”
“Then think of something!” I yelled losing it. Penny glanced at me and then hammered on the elevator door, “What’s that going to do?” I asked.
“Nothing. Just nothing,” she sat down at the other end of the elevator and went on her phone, despite the lack of signal.
“You know being in an elevator with you isn’t the best thing,” I said.
“Back at you!” Penny yelled. I shrank to the floor with silence and hugged my knees, I tried not to look bothered by anything like I’d been doing since we arrived but now it was getting so hard. I was going to crack any minute.


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